Eric Pulier’s Exceptional Career In Enterprise TechnologyNovember 12, 2016 - Author: steph
Eric Pulier is one of the highly respected and leading entrepreneurs in matters of enterprise technology. He has worked for government on various projects. Eric is also a renowned philanthropist published author public speaker and columnist. Over the years, he has established over 15 companies. Additionally, he has raised millions for the businesses that he has co-founded or founded. These ventures include Akana, Desktone, Media Platform, U.S. Interactive, Digital Evolution, ServiceMesh, Enterprise Cloud Leadership Council, and Desktone. Pulier has invested in multiple venture capital funds and charitable organizations, including eCompanies, Trident Capital, and Monitor Ventures. Eric has been involved in the establishment of several seed level startups in the fields of media and technology.
Pulier started programming computers when he was in fourth grade. By the time he was in high school, he had formed a database computer firm. Pulier joined Harvard University in 1984 where he majored in English and American literature. He served as an editor for The Harvard Crimson. While still in Harvard, Pulier took classes in MIT. In 1988, Pulier graduated magna cum laude.
In 1991, he moved to Los Angeles where he formed People Doing Things, a firm that addressed education, health care among other issues via the use of technology. Subsequently, he established Digital Evolution, an interactive agency in 1994. In 1998, it merged with U.S. Interactive LLC. He played an instrumental role in developing Starbright World, a social network. The private social network enabled chronically ill children to blog, post content, chat, and meet other people that share similar experiences.
Pulier was selected by the Presidential Inaugural Committee to develop and implement the Presidential Technology Exhibition dubbed “The Bridge to the 21st Century” in Washington D.C. After the exhibition, Pulier participated in Al Gore’s healthcare and technology discussion. He advised on both healthcare and technology programs. He was the then vice president.
In addition, Eric Pulier is actively involved in charity work. He has been engaged in initiatives that use technology to find solutions to problems, which communities that are economically disadvantaged face across the globe. He sits on the board of The Painted Turtle, a camp for kids suffering from chronic illness. Eric is an active member of the board of the X-Prize Foundation. It seeks to solve the leading challenges suffered by humans. Eric Pulier is ACE Foundation’s founding donor.
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