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Eric Pulier Achievements in Entrepreneurship and Philanthropic Activities June 24, 2017

Eric Pulier is an American Entrepreneur with remarkable achievements. He has many professional achievements in the fields of publishing, writing, philanthropy, public speaking and investment. During his successful career, he has founded over fifteen companies. All the business ventures that he has established have earned him millions of dollars. Being a serial entrepreneur, he has invested in several funds for venture capital. His investment initiatives have made him to partner with many venture capital organizations and charitable groups. Most of the startups and seed level companies he has incubated in technology and media operations have acquired massive financing.

Some of the seed level startups that he has nurtured to success include and the Enterprise Cloud Leadership Council, which is partnered with TM Forum, Digital Evolution, ServiceMesh, Media Platform, Digital Evolution, Desktone, US Interactive, and Akana. A man who started programming computers when he was in the fourth grade, Mr. Eric was brought up in Teaneck in New Jersey. He established a computer company for databases while he was still in high school. While studying at Harvard University, he majored in American Literature and English in 1984. He wrote for the Harvard Crimson while taking classes at the neighboring Massachusetts Institute of Technology. In 1988 he graduated cum laude.

When he moved to Los Angeles in 1991, he founded PDT or People Doing Things which is an organization that addresses issues affecting education, health care, and other progressive matters through technology. He was behind the effort to establish Starbright World, which is a private social network for chronically ill children. It gives the children an opportunity to post their content on blogs, chat and meet people like them. The Presidential Inaugural Committee selected Eric Pulier to execute and create the Presidential Technology Exhibition in Washington D.C in 1997. After the exhibition which was called The Bridge to the 21st Century, he participated in the technology and healthcare initiative by the then Vice President Al Gore where he gave advice on technology and health initiatives. Apart from being a donor to various charities, he also sits on the X-Prize Foundation’s innovation board, the kids with chronic illness camp known as the Painted Turtle and many other charities.


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