Eric Pulier a writer, philanthropist, and entrepreneur based in Los Angeles, California. Eric Pulier is an American born and raised in Teaneck New Jersey. While in fourth grade, Pulier began his computer programming courses and ventured into database management through his founded company. He went on to study at Harvard University in 1985. He majored in American Literature and English. In Harvard, he authored the Harvard Crimson. He also took classes at a nearby college in MIT. In 1988, he graduated in Magna Cum Laude.
In 1991, Pulier relocated to Los Angeles where he founded PDT (People Doing Things). This was a company that addressed education, health care, and issues related to technology. In 1994, Pulier established the Digital Evolution Interactive Agency. In 1998, the company got merged into the United States Interactive, LLC. Pulier founded the idea about building Straight World. This is a private network for chronically ill youngsters that provides them an opportunity to blog, chat, meet, and post content to those who share the same experience.
In 1997, Pulier was selected by the Presidential Inauguration Committee to execute and create the technology in Washington, D.C. they named it the Bridge to the 21st Century. While working on this exhibition, he got a chance to participate in the Al-Gores Vice-president technology and health care forum where he advised on technology and health-related initiatives.
Mr. Eric Pulier has founded numerous ventures including Media Platform, Desktone, Akana and much more. He has also co-authored SOA Understanding Enterprise. This is a notebook for service-oriented architecture in an enterprise set-up. Eric is a donor to numerous non-profit companies. While in X-prize Foundation, he sat at the innovation board. This is a foundation that looks at a competition to solve the greatest humanity challenges.
Mr. Pulier is recognized among the top-most leaders and successful entrepreneurs. In 1999, he got an opportunity to head Exist Corporation as its director. He has also directed the Progressive Policy for a New Economy.
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