Eric Pulier is a multitalented American business person whose expertise in his various passions surpasses the average mark. He was a high school, student at Teaneck High School until 1984 when he graduated to join Harvard University. Eric Pulier majored in English and American literature and earned his bachelors in 1988 magna cum laude. Eric’s campus life was marked by an enthusiasm of life that stood out among fellow grads. He was a serial columnist for the Harvard Crimson and earned the reputation of humorous writer with an in-depth knowhow in many facet of life.
Eric began his entrepreneurial journey immediately after school by launching People Doing Things, a tech firm with a specialty in health care and education. In 1994, he started Digital Evolution to offer an interactive platform to clients. After four years of operation, he merged the firm with US Interactive LLC to maximize the company’s packages. Eric’s tech expertise became obvious to the general public and the country’s leadership fast due to his serial excellent outputs. His portfolio earned him an opportunity granted by the Presidential Inaugural Committee to exhibit technological works for the president. His exhibit remains in display in Washington D.C and is now known as ‘The Bridge to the 21st Century’. His tech experience broadened when he continued to launch 15 more tech firms and raising funds to aid the growth of other emerging organizations in the field.
Eric Pulier is a regular philanthropist with a golden heart seeking to alienate suffering from children and people with chronic illnesses. He has close associations with Multiple Sclerosis Society which educates society on the multiple sclerosis and raises money to address the medical complications faced by the less fortunate. Eric merges his passion of tech with philanthropy where he can such as the foundation of Starbright World, a private social media network set to help children with chronic ailments have an interactive online platform.
Eric serves on the boards of several organizations such as the XPrize Foundation to farther advance his philanthropic endeavors. He is the author of Understanding Enterprise SOA and has a renowned article, The Enterprise Complex, on Forbes Magazine. Eric is the father of four and enjoys spending time in his LA home with his family.