Entrepreneur, Philanthropist, and Eric Pulier
Eric Pulier is one of America’s most diverse individuals having an entrepreneur, philanthropist, and author perspective. While finding over fifteen different companies, Eric went to Harvard to obtain his bachelors degree, where he also was an author of a weekly column titled Pulierleg. Pulier was chosen to build and run “Bridge to the 21st Century” for Clinton and Gore. Eric then made a speech that covered how technology in the 21st century would be helping health care, education, entertainment, communities, and families. Pulier had set up for a live-feed to be shown of astronauts in space. The action gained Eric an invitation for Center for Telecommunications Management, where he worked for four years.
Eric Pulier has been a founder of co founder of the following companies: Digital Evolution, US Interactive, Media Platform, Akana, Desktone, ServiceMesh, and the Enterprise Cloud Leadership Council. He has invested in companies such as: Trident Capital, eCompanies, and Monitor Ventures. Eric Pulier is currently a father of four children and is serving on the board for a children’s summer camp, The Painted Turtle, that is for children with chronic illnesses while residing in Los Angeles, California.
Eric Pulier has also worked in publication. He has published articles in Forbes Magazine and Manning Publications. His actions with XPRIZE as an innovation board member lead him to have great successes in the community involving technology advances. Since 1994, Eric Pulier has shown as a very active member in society giving technology advances to America.