Eric Pulier is a technological innovator with a vision of making the world a better place. He does this by working not only with the high and mighty, but with the chronically ill and economically disadvantaged in the society. He is a renowned serial entrepreneur, a journey he started as a programmer in 4th grade and later started a database company while in high school. He is the founder and co-founder of more than ten media and technology companies. The Teaneck High School alumnus boasts of the success of some of the ventures such as People Doing Things, Media Platform, Digital Evolution which now is US Interactive Corporation and SOA Software.
Pulier is the co-author of “Understanding Enterprise SOA.” His writing prowess was nurtured while writing regular articles for Harvard Crimson Weekly. He has a Bachelors of Arts in English and Literature from Harvard University. His communication skills and tech expertise has seen him become a public speaker at technology conferences across the world. Eric Pulier led a team in building and running a commemoration, “Bridge To The First Century” which was attended by members of the congress, senate, and the US Supreme Court.
The father of four is a philanthropist who uses technology to solve problems. Through the Starlight Foundation, he has built a virtual world that links hospitals so that chronically ill kids can interact with other children experiencing similar conditions. The Starbright Diabetes Experience, a published game that teaches children about diabetes is one of his successful projects. He created a program which educates people about Multiple Sclerosis, a project appreciated by the Multiple Sclerosis Society.
The technologist is a board member and is involved with several organizations. One of them is The Painted Turtle, a summer camp for chronically ill children. Pulier is in the innovative board of XPRIZE Foundation and is also a donor. The foundation encourages technological developments that help people. Other organizations include Clinton Global Initiative, Ace Foundation and Enterprise Leadership Council. US Doctors For Africa have recognized his commitment to bringing technology innovations that meet the health care needs of Africans. The VAR Business has also named him as one of the 30 e-Visionaries. Eric Pulier is indeed a tech savvy with lots of compassion.