An Insight on Eric Pulier

An American entrepreneur living in Los Angeles, California, Eric Pulier is also a philanthropist and author. He was born and brought up in Teaneck which is in New Jersey. While in fourth grade, Eric started programming computers and while in high school, he began a database computer company. In 1984, Eric Pulier joined the Harvard University for his graduate studies where he majored in American Literature and English. While at the University Eric was an editor with The Harvard Crimson where he also wrote a column. Eric Pulier also attended classed at MIT, a neighboring school. In 1988, he graduated from Magna cum laude.

In 1991, Eric Pulier relocated to Los Angeles where he started PDT (People Doing Things). PDT was a company that was committed in addressing issues of education, healthcare and other with the use of technology. Eric established Digital Evolution, an interactive agency in 1994. In 1998, Digital Evolution later merged with the US Interactive LLC. Eric Pulier was strongly involved in building Starbright World which is a private social network meant for children who are chronically ill where they blog, chat, post content as well as meet other children who have similar experiences.

The Presidential Inaugural Committee in 1997 chose Eric Pulier to come up with and also execute the Presidential Technology Exhibition known as the Bridge to the 21st Century in Washington DC. After the exhibition, Eric Pulier participated in the Al Gore’s technology and health care forum of the Vice President where he gave his advice on technology healthcare initiatives. He is a participant and a huge supporter of the Clinton Global Initiative. Eric Pulier has founded many different ventures which include Media Platform, Desktone, Akana and many others. For more info about us: click here.

An established author, Eric Pulier has managed to co-author Understanding Enterprise SOA. He has also noted book about service oriented architecture. An active philanthropist, Eric Pulier is a donor to many different non-profit organizations. He also sits on the X-Prize Foundation’s innovation board. Eric is also part of The Painted Turtle which is a camp meant for children with chronic illness. He has also earned a reputation as a successful entrepreneur.