Eric Pulier: Modern Day Renaissance Man

Eric Pulier is like few other people you will ever read about. This entrepreneur and philanthropist has a unique history. He always seeks to creative positive change in his environment. He started from humble beginnings, but worked hard and got accepted into Harvard University. He graduated with a BA in English and American Literature, manga cum laude. Since then, he has turned his attention to helping underprivileged people, especially children who suffer from illnesses and other conditions. His work has been in the field of technology innovation. He is first in class at this.

Pulier wrote a column for the Harvard Crimson during his time at university, and soon graduated before moving to Los Angeles and founding a health care and education technology company. He also founded Digital Digital Evolution and was soon selected by the Presidential Inaugural Committee to complete a technology exhibit in Washington.

He has successfully founded or co-founded numerous companies since then, from software to other technology innovations that help people. He is a regular speaker at technology events. But he isn’t just focused on business. He always showed an interest in philanthropy. For example, he worked to better the lives of those living with MS by creating a platform to educate people about this condition. He has even worked with legendary director Stephen Spielberg to create a social media network. On this network, ill children can talk with one another on chats and blogs safely.

As a member of the board of directors for XPrize, he has gained recognition and admiration globally. The Xprize Foundation allows teams around the world to compete with solutions of solving humanity’s pressing problems in unique ways. He is also a member of the board for Painted Turtle, which is a charity that has summer camps for kids with illnesses in California. Furthering his reputation for healthcare and education innovation, he created a platform called Starlight World, which is a digital experience that lets children with diabetes take virtual tours inside bodies so they can see how diabetes and other conditions affect the inside of the body. He currently has four kids, and co-authored Understanding Enterprise SOA.

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