Eric Pulier is a public author, entrepreneur, public speaker, columnist, philanthropist, technologist, and founder of over fifteen organizations. He has raised hundreds of millions of dollars for enterprises that he has either founded or co-founded. Mr. Pulier is a family man with four children. He resides in Los Angeles, CA. Examples of businesses that Pulier has funded, founded and co-founded include Media Platform, ServiceMesh, Digital Evolution, Desktone, US Interactive, and Akana. Pulier has also funded the Enterprise Cloud Leadership Council, which amalgamated into TM Forum.
Moreover, Eric Pulier has also provided capital for various venture capital groups and is frequently embarking on partnerships with a multitude of non-profit organizations and venture capital funds. A sampling of venture funds that Pulier has invested in include: eCompanies, Trident Capital, and Monitor Ventures. The majority of the countless seed level startup firms in technology and media that Pulier has invested in have gone on to prosperous financings. Eric is also a board member of The Painted Turtle, and and the Innovation Board of the XPRIZE Foundation. The Painted Turtle is a nonprofit organization which was founded by Lou Adle and Paul Newman for helping children suffering from chronic illness. Pulier is also recognized founding benefactor of the “Campaign for Free College Tuition”, and the ACE Foundation.
He completed his high school in 1984 from Teaneck High School. In 1988, Eric Pulier graduated with highest honors in Bachelor of Arts from Harvard University. While in college, Mr. Pulier studied Computer Science, English and American Literature, and Environmental and Visual studies. Additionally, Eric Pulier was also the author and editor of a weekly column for the Harvard Crimson Weekly called PulierLeg in the following: http://danielbudzinski.com/podcast/eric-pulier/ click here.
Eric Pulier is an active philanthropist in the community he serves. His charitable actions are notable in ventures that employ technology to solve difficult problems in economically underprivileged communities or children who are physically impaired in the United States, and throughout the world. During Mr. Pulier’s early years, he created the earliest multimedia educational program that educates people who have Multiple Sclerosis about their illness for the Multiple Sclerosis Community. He also created a peripheral beam device using a home computer to assist its users to answer quizzes and interact with the computer without using the keyboard.