Eric Pulier is a successful entrepreneur whose career has been built around coming up with technology startups and nurturing businesses. He is a professional who has also showed a great deal of support to humanity and humanitarian projects that are meant to change the way people live and interact. Being an entrepreneur and a successful individual in the community offers him leverage to fund philanthropic endeavors. He has also been giving support to young entrepreneurs who are looking for mentors to guide them through their journey of building sustainable businesses.
Eric Pulier grew up in Teaneck, New Jersey and while he grew up, he showed interest in computer programming. By the time he was in his fourth grade, he could program perfectly and when he joined high school, he launched a computer database company. Upon graduating from Teaneck High School in 1984, he applied for a slot at the Harvard University and was granted the request.
At Harvard, he pursued English and American Literature and was among the editors of the school’s magazine called The Harvard Crimson. While he pursued this course, he also attended Computer Science classes at neighboring MIT College. In 1988, he graduated from both colleges with high honors.
Career and achievements
In 1991, Eric Pulier relocated to Los Angeles and founded People Doing Things (PDT), which addressed healthcare, education and other problems facing the country. Three years later, he founded Digital Evolution, an interactive agency that would later merge with US Interactive in 1998. His highest point came when he was selected to work with the government in the inauguration of Al Gore and Bush. His role was to exhibit the technological achievements the government had made during its first term and the plans that lay ahead in the sector.
He wittily divided the entire presentation into sections, which allowed him to present the information more clearly. Some of the areas that were covered in the presentation include education, space exploration, healthcare, business, security to mention a few. Towards the end of the presentation, he introduced a live streaming session that allowed guests to interact with space astronauts.