Eric Pulier is a technologist, entrepreneur, published author, public speaker, columnist, philanthropist and founder of more than fifteen companies. He has raised millions of dollars for business ventures he has established co-founded. Eric Pulier most notable business ventures include US interactive, Digital Evolution, Media platform, Service, Mesh, Desktone, Akana and the Enterprise Cloud Leadership Council that is a partnership with TM forum.
Eric Pulier has also invested heavily in a wide variety of capital markets ventures, and he often partners with a number of venture groups and charitable organizations. In addition, he is actively investing in seed level ventures in technology and media entities, many of which have gained successful financing.
Eric Pulier is also a family man. He has four children and currently stays in Los Angeles California, he is a board member of the Painted Turtle, a famous summer camp that cares for kids with chronic illness, and sits on the board of the XPRIZE Foundation.
Eric Pulier attended the Teaneck High school and graduated in 1984. He later joined the Harvard University where he attained his BA. He graduated Magna Cum Laude in 1988 from Harvard. In the university, he studied American Literature and English, visual and environmental studies and computer science. In addition, he authored the PulierLeg which was a weekly column for the Harvard Crimson Weekly where he was also an editor.
Mr. Pulier has also worked with notable government officials. He was selected to run and build the “Bridge to the 21st Century” for Al Gore and Bill Clinton, to celebrate their second inauguration. The busy day event was held at a mall in Washington DC, and thousands of people attended the event including congress members, US Supreme court, and Senate members. AL Gore and Bill Clinton were as well in attendance. This event gave him limelight as he was feature nearly on all news stations in the United States describing the event.
Pulier is an active philanthropist in the community as he promotes ventures that use technology to solve problems affecting the economically underprivileged communities and disabled children in the United States and around the globe.
About Eric Pulier: www.xprize.org/about/innovation-board/eric-pulier