No single title can adequately describe this man Eric Pulier. He is an established entrepreneur having founded over fifteen companies. He is also a columnist as well as a published author and a public speaker. Eric is a known technologist with numerous technological ideas to his name. He is also a dedicated philanthropist.
Eric Pulier grew up in Teaneck. He began interacting with computers at a tender age. He attended Teaneck High School where he graduated in 1984. He proceeded to Harvard University where he attained his BA degree. In college, he studied different subjects including English & American Literature, Computer Science, and Visual & Environmental Studies. He was the editor of the Harvard Crimson Weekly where he also authored a weekly column. While studying at Harvard, he also took classes at the neighboring MIT.
The 49-years-old Pulier moved to Los Angeles and began his career by founding People Doing Things in 1991. PDT was a company that used technology to address issues in the healthcare and education sectors. He later founded interactive agency Digital Evolution in 1994, which later merged with US Interactive LLC in 1998.
Eric can be described as a serial entrepreneur, having founded or co-founded several other companies. He has raised millions for ventures he has founded, before proceeding to invest in venture capitalist funds as well.
Mr. Pulier is a family man and a proud father of four children. His love for kids led him to influence the building of a private social network serving chronically ill children, known as Starbright World. The network allows the kids to chat, blog, and post content besides meeting other children who share similar experiences.
Pulier was selected to create and execute the Presidential Technology Exhibition by the Presidential Inaugural Committee in 1997. He was also asked to join the Center for Telecommunications Management board at the USC Marshall School by Mr. Morley Winograd. Mr. Pulier is an active philanthropist notably using technology to solve problems not only in the U.S. but all over the world.
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