The life of Eric Pulier is decorated with one achievement after the other. He is a not only a big-hearted philanthropist but is also an accomplished technologist, columnist and published author. He is a great public speaker and a very successful entrepreneur who has brought together and grown numerous successful startups. In the course of his career, Eric Pulier has successfully actualized many things. He is one of the most brilliant and intriguing tech entrepreneurs alive today.

A Bright Start to a Great Life

Eric Pulier was born and brought up in Teaneck, New Jersey and right from the beginning, he exhibited rare natural intelligence. He engaged himself in computer programming at fourth grade and begun his first company while in High school. It was a database computer company that he begun and he went on to graduate from Harvard University, majoring in English and American literature. His skills as a writer and columnist also started earlier because he was an editor and also wrote a column for The Harvard Crimson. He also enrolled himself in the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and graduated as a top 10% in his class, also referred to as magna cum laude, the highest honor awarded in many institutions.

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The Entrepreneurial Life of Eric Pulier

In 1991, Eric moved to Los Angeles and established a company called People Doing Things (PDT). The company was involved in the areas of healthcare, education and other areas specifically through the employment of technology. He also set up an interactive agency known as Digital Evolution in 1988 the company was merged with another company known as US Interactive. He also led the initiative that developed Starbright World, a social network dedicated to children with critical illnesses. Pulier was selected by the Presidential Inaugural Committee to develop and actualize the Presidential Technology Exhibition in Washington D.C. and was a part of Al Gore’s forum on health care and technology. He was also a member of the Clinton Global Initiative. He is known for his leadership in government and enterprise technology and has founded and co-founded a good number of companies with great success.

Eric Pulier and Philanthropic Work

Eric Pulier is also a philanshropist and has made substantial donations to numerous non-profit organizations. He is a member of the board of the X-Prize Foundation. The X-Prize Foundation holds various competitions that provide solutions to the challenges faced by humanity. He is also on the board of The Painted Turtle, which is a camp for kids that hare chronically ill and is involved in numerous other philanthropic organizations and philanthropic efforts.

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