Entrepreneur, author and inventor Eric Pulier is the owner of over a dozen companies. By the age of 9 he was programming computers and by the time he was in high school he created his own computer company.
Eric Pulier took a different route in college. He studied English and American Literature at Harvard and graduated in 1988. Pulier moved to the West Coast and started his own company in 1991. People Doing things is a technology-based corporation that helps individuals with education and health-related issues.
He went on to create Digital Evolution, Starbright World, Media Platform, Akana, Desktone, ServiceMesh and US Interactive. Pulier has help raise millions of dollars several ventures.
Pulier was chosen in 1996 to create the “Bridge to the 21st Century” exhibit for the Bill Clinton/Al Gore inauguration. The week-long event held at the Washington D.C. Capital Mall was a huge success.
Pulier’s crowning achievement is the Starbright Foundation. This pioneering platform was developed to help chronically ill children interact. The app links to dozens of hospitals and supplies children with the means to play games and learn more about their illness through a series of modules.
Pulier has donated several millions to help children from financially disadvantaged backgrounds. Through his membership with the Clinton Global Initiative, he devised ways to fund other programs for under-served communities.
He currently holds 17 patents for technological inventions. He also funds the ACE Donor Foundation to help make software more accessible. Pulier also gives generously to the “Foundation For Free College Tuition” to help provide funds for children with limited resources.
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