Eric Pulier has seen great success in his entrepreneurial and philanthropic endeavors. He got his start in computer programming at a surprisingly young age, when he first began programming computers in the fourth grade. That was just the beginning of much larger things to come. In his high school years, Pulier started his own computer database company before moving on to Harvard where he studied English and American Literature as well as completing courses at MIT. He graduated Harvard as magna cum laude in 1988.
In the early ‘90s, Eric moved to Los Angeles and founded the company People Doing Things (PDT). PDT focused on the use of technology in education, health care and a variety of other fields. He started Digital Evolution, an interactive agency, in 1994 and merged with US Interactive LLC 4 years later. He has also been a leader in the effort to start Starbright World, a social networking platform for terminally ill children to connect, talk, and share their stories.Eric Pulier was selected by the Presidential Inaugural Committee in 1997 to create the “Bridge To The 21st Century”, a tech exhibition hosted in Washington DC, and later served time on the technology and healthcare forum lead by Al Gore.
In addition to his business success, Pulier supports many non-profit organizations and has a spot on the board of the X-Prize Foundation, which has seen increased attention in recent years due to its competitions to attempt and resolve some of humanities biggest issues. He also continues to work with children with severe illnesses through The Painted Turtle camp.Eric Pulier has had an impressive career, and has perhaps seen even greater success in his philanthropic endeavors and helping humanity solve its greatest problems.