Eric Pulier is an author, philanthropist, and multi-disciplined entrepreneur who is working hard to change the world in a positive way. Eric graduated from High School in 1984 and went on to earn a Bachelor of Arts in English from Harvard University in 1988. Since then, he has focused on aiding people who face economic challenges and children whose life has been changed by chronic conditions and illnesses. Eric looks to change these people’s lives through technological innovations, and he works on cutting edge technologies on daily basis in order to do so.
Eric Pulier’s column he wrote for in the Harvard Crimson took a look at many different topics in the typical Pulier style of humor and wit, and after he earned his degree there, he went on to create the company, People Doing Things. His time spent with his company offered people who worked in the healthcare and educational sectors new technology to help them do their job better. In 1994, Eric founded Digital Evolution, which merged with US Interactive later on to offer more than it could on its own. In 1997, Eric was picked to finish the presidential technology exhibit, named “The Bridge to the 21st Century,” by the Presidential Inaugural Committee.
Eric Pulier has been a part of 15 separate companies by either founding them, co-founding them, or funding them and among them are Desktone, US Media Interactive LLC., SOA Software, and MediaPlatformm. He has made millions of dollars for his companies, and because of this and his expertise VAR Business recognized him as one of top 30 e-visionaries in the world. His speeches given to technology conferences and forums have engaged a spread of inspired minds, and he hopes to continue to motivate future generations of people towards greatness.
Eric Pulier’s commitment to philanthropy and helping the needy has been the thread that ties most of his life together. Eric feels that without helping others his own life has less meaning. His work in developing a multimedia education platform that helps those with multiple sclerosis better understand the condition helped countless people, and his time spent with Norman Schwarzkopf Jr., Peter Samuelson , and Stephen Spielberg ended with the creation of the first private social media network called Starbright World, which connected children with chronic illnesses with each other through a safe forum, blog posts, and live chats.
Because of people like Eric Pulier, the world is a brighter place that many people are happy to be a part of.