Eric Pulier went to Teaneck High School and later studied English, Computer Science, and Environmental Studies at Harvard University from 1985 to 1988. He lives in Los Angeles, California, and is a dedicated parent to four children. Eric has the titles of an entrepreneur, philanthropist, and a published author. After graduating from the University, his primary focus was helping people who suffer chronic illnesses and are economically disadvantaged.
As an entrepreneur, Pulier has co-founded and founded a total of fifteen different companies that include Desktone, SOA software, and MediaPlatform. Pulier is the executive director of ‘the Enterprise Leadership Council. He is a member of the board of directors of the XPrize Foundation. The organization facilitates competition for inventing solutions to various societal problems. He has made a lot of money from his investments that he uses to engage in charitable activities.
Eric Pulier has received several awards and recognitions. He has been recognized by VAR business as part of the thirty visionaries and is often invited as a guest speaker at technology conferences and forums. He has also received awards for inventions in the field of cloud computing.
Pulier has always been dedicated to helping the less fortunate and engages in activities like creating a multimedia education platform that sensitizes people who have multiple sclerosis about the disease. He also worked with Norman Schwarzkopf Jr, Stephen Speielberg, and Peter Samuelson to develop a private social media network known as Starbright world. The institution enabled children suffering from chronic illnesses to connect with other kids who have similar conditions through blog posts and chats. He is also the board of director at Painted Purple; a charitable organization that holds an annual summer camp for children with chronic illnesses. He also created the game ‘Starlight world’ that allows children suffering from diabetes to understand how sugar and insulin levels in the body affect them.
Some of the published work of Pulier include The Enterprise Industrial Complex that was published in the Forbes magazine in March 2012 and Understanding Enterprise SOA published in 2005.