Born and raised in the demanding area of Teaneck, New Jersey. Eric Pulier grew up knowing that he had to out-stand amongst his neighbors to achieve greatness. His parents installed an industrious and smart mindset to his life hence grew up appreciating the importance of education. His peers considered him a genius since he studied at Harvard University where he majored in American and English Literature.
Eric Pulier started his career at an astonishing young age. He started programming computers in his fourth grade and by the time he was in high school; he had his own database computer company. After graduating from the university, Eric Pulier moved to Los Angeles where he used his entrepreneurship knowledge to found a company called People Doing Things. His love for humanity and dedication to make life better for every individual was the reason behind starting this company. It was mainly focused on education, healthcare and other various issues through the use of technology.
His drive to achieve more lead him to co-found Interactive agency Digital Evolution in 1994. Later in 1998, his company merged with United States interactive LLC where he was named the Executive Director. His leadership qualities were then spotted by the Presidential Inaugural committee; he was chosen to start up a Presidential Technology Exhibition called “The Bridge of the 21st Century” in Washington D.C. He then took part in technology, health care forums and advised the Vice President on technological initiatives.
Chronically ill children require all the help they can get from every department. Pulier was at the forefront of building Starbright World which is a private social network for the children. Children get to interact, chat and post content about their experiences.
Pulier then went on to co-found several companies, this includes Desktone, Akana and Media Platform.
Eric also has a philanthropic side in his life. He is in the innovation board of X-Prize foundation (competition aimed at solving greatest human challenges) and a donor to numerous non-profit organizations.