Eric Pulier is one of those individuals who you’ll have to describe using numerous titles. It all emerged due to his various achievements throughout his lifetime. The society expects graduates to lead from the front as well as making a lot of themselves, and eventually, he managed to do it, being a graduate of Harvard University.
He is a renowned entrepreneur, technologist, author, public speaker, and philanthropist. What’s more, he is currently the founder of more than 15 successful companies. His strategies and ventures have always paid off as there is proof of him raising millions of dollars for the ventures he has either established or co-founded.
Numerous and famous ventures that Eric founded or confounded include but not limited to Digital Evolution, US Interactive, Media Platform Akana and much more. You can also remember him from Desktone, ServiceMesh, and Enterprise Cloud Leadership Council now known as TM Forum. He has also tried his hand on Venture Capital, investing in Trident Capital, eCompanies, Monitor Ventures, and another new firm, news to be made in due time.
Eric Pulier has in the past associated with the government as he was awarded the contract to build and run the ‘Bridge to the 21st Century’ celebration of the 2nd Inauguration of Bill Clinton and Al Gore. The event was graced with dignitaries of the stature of Members of the Congress, Senate, US Supreme Court and Clinton and Al Gore themselves alongside thousands of people.
He is also a philanthropist, always on the front line in using technology to help individuals with chronic diseases. Through his Starbright world, he has successfully connected these individual using these platform, and for the first time they can connect and make friends with people suffering from the same.
When not working, you will always find him serving on the board of the Painted Turtle, Summer Camp for children with chronic illnesses, or the innovation board of the XPRIZE Foundation.
In 1984 he graduated from Teaneck High school, where he proceeded to Harvard University for his BA and graduated in 1988. In college, he did English and American Literature, Computer Science and Visual and Environmental Studies. Here he became the author and editor of PulierLEG, a column he did for the Harvard Crimson Weekly.
Eric Pulier is a proud father of 4 children.