Web Summit Day 2, Enterprise Stage. Justin Rosenstein, Co-founder of Asana

Justin Rosenstein is the co-founder of Asana, along with Facebook co-founder Dustin Moskovitz. Asana helps teams work better together, without the headache of email. The company's mission is to help humanity thrive by enabling all teams to work together effortlessly. Currently hundreds of thousands of teams rely on Asana to get more done. Justin has led the development of products that hundreds of millions of people use daily. At Facebook, he was the tech lead for projects including the Like Button and Facebook Pages, and designed the in-house project management system that Facebook relies on to this day. At Google, he product-managed several projects in the communication/collaboration division, and created the initial prototype for Gmail Chat. Justin majored in Math and got part way through a Master’s in Computer Science at Stanford. He is also a serious student of meditation and Love.

In all endeavors, I work to be in solidarity and love with all beings, and to use my privilege in service of a just transition to an equitable ecological society.