Eric Pulier The Philanthropist

Eric Pulier has been focusing on technological innovations and helping disadvantaged children and those who suffer from chronic conditions and illnesses. He is an American philanthropist, a published author and a successful entrepreneur who was born and brought up in New Jersey. When he was through with his high school studied from Teaneck High School in 1984, Eric joined Harvard University where he studied literature and American English and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in 1988.

As a student journalist, he was a columnist with Harvard Crimson, and he wrote on different topics in the sense of humor. After education, Pulier was to start a new life in Los Angeles, and that is where his business journey began. He founded his first company in 1991 called People Doing Things. The company’s primary focus was education and health where it offered innovation technology to those sectors. It is clear that Eric Pulier was purely a tech-genius. His abilities were innate.

In 1994, Eric Pulier founded Digital Evolution. It was an interactive Agency and was later merged with US Interactive LLC in 1998. In 1997, he was chosen to complete the presidential technology exhibit by the Presidential Inaugural Committee which was to be displayed in Washington, D.C. It was called ‘The Bridge to the 21st Century.’ He served on the Global Initiative and is the executive director of the Enterprise Leadership Council. He appears in technology conferences and fora because of the mark he has made in technology.

His philanthropic work has helped millions of people who are less fortunate through the Multiple Sclerosis Society where he contributed to create awareness through multimedia education. He founded Starbright World in 1995 with Peter Samuelson, Norman Schwarzkopf Jr. and Stephen Spielberg whose aim was to help children with chronic illnesses connect with each other through a private social media network. The children would chat and post blogs in a safe forum. He also invented a game where diabetic children would explore the inside of bodies to understand the condition brought about by insulin and blood levels in diabetic people. The game was called starlight World.

He has served in different capacities where he is a director of the XPrize Foundation where people compete on innovative solutions to humanitarian problems. He is also a director in Painted Turtle’s board. It’s a charitable organization in Lake Hughes California that hold annual summer camps to children with chronic conditions.

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