A Brief Look On Eric Pulier’s Background
Eric Pulier grew up in the suburban community of Teaneck, New Jersey outside of New York City. He graduated from Teaneck High School in 1984 and went on to study at Harvard University. Eric Pulier was a student journalist during his time at Harvard University. He had his own column at the Harvard Crimson student newspaper and wrote about things such as technology, terrorism and politics. Pulier graduated from Harvard University in 1988 with the the highest possible honors of magna cum laude. While studying at Harvard University, Eric Pulier also expanded his knowledge of computer science and programming by taking a few supplemental courses at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
A Brief Look On Eric Pulier’s Career
One of the companies that Eric Pulier first created was called People Doing Things. It was formed in 1991 and based out of Los Angeles, California. People Doing Things was a tech company that offered software and technology solutions for the healthcare and education sector.
The second company that Eric Pulier has created was called Digital Evolution. It formed in 1994 and was an interactive digital media company. Digital Evolution would eventually be merged together with another company called US Interactive.
Over the course of his career, Mr. Pulier has been credited with creating, investing in or co-founding over 15 different technology and software companies. Some of the more notable examples of companies that he played a key role in as an investor or founder are MediaPlatform, US Media Interactive, Akana, ServiceMesh, SOA Software and Desktone.
A Brief Look At Eric Pulier’s Philanthrophy
Eric Pulier has always had a soft spot and big heart when it comes to helping children who are suffering from chronic illnesses. One of the earliest forays of Eric Pulier into the world of philanthropy involved him creating a digital educational platform for the Multiple Sclerosis Society. Pulier’s digital forum helped to educate people who were diagnosed with this chronic illness. Another early charitable project of Eric Pulier was with the Starbright World (Read This). This was a private social media network designed especially for young children with fatal and chronic diseases.