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  1. Aug 11, 2015 · When Mike Krieger, the cofounder of Instagram, proposed to Kaitlyn Trigger last December, he did so on bended knee with a diamond ring, in a particularly scenic spot overlooking Horseshoe Bend in ...

  2. Apr 23, 2015 · We are excited to announce a new co-funding partnership with Kaitlyn Trigger and her fiancé Mike Krieger (co-founder of Instagram). They have committed to learning with us and supporting the Open Philanthropy Project’s work over the next two years. It’s an opportunity for us to experiment with a new type of partnership and a lower-volume ...

  3. Mar 16, 2017 · By Adam Popescu. March 16, 2017. SAN FRANCISCO — When Mike Krieger and Kaitlyn Trigger married, they skipped the newlywed clichés of cruises and jewels and feted themselves with something that ...

  4. Aug 11, 2015 · The stylish, smart Kaitlyn Trigger, a consultant who advises female-focused start-ups, talks about her engagement to Instagram cofounder Mike Kreiger.

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  5. Future Justice Fund was founded by Kaitlyn and Mike Krieger as a way to give back after Mike sold his company, Instagram. We believe everyone deserves a free, vibrant, and productive life, and we're doing our best to support that vision. Kaitlyn runs both of our program areas and handles all day-to-day operations, with lots of input from issue ...

  6. › wiki › Mike_KriegerMike Krieger - Wikipedia

    Kaitlyn Trigger. . ( m. 2015) . Michel Krieger (born March 4, 1986) is a Brazilian entrepreneur and software engineer who co-founded Instagram along with Kevin Systrom, and served as its CTO. During Krieger's tenure as CTO, Instagram's user base expanded from a few million to 1 billion monthly active users. [1]

  7. Apr 15, 2012 · Kaitlyn Trigger (founder of Lovestagram) and Mike Krieger (co-founder of Instagram) hang out in Alamo Square in San Francisco, Calif. on Sunday, April 1, 2012. Jill Schneider/The Chronicle