Eric Pulier has long had an interest in technology and this is evident throughout his education and professional career since as early as the fourth grade. What started with programming computers before his high school days has turned into a lifetime of successful ventures for this entrepreneur, philanthropist, and capital venturist. After graduating high school Eric went on to graduate Magna Cum Laude from Harvard University and during his studies he also attended classes at MIT and was the editor of the college newspaper. Today Eric has successfully founded, co-founded or funded 15 companies focused on helping humanity through technological solutions.
Some of the philanthropic efforts that Eric has been involved with over the years are directly focused on improving the quality of life for chronically ill individuals. He was responsible for helping design and implement an educational program for the Multiple Sclerosis Society which aims to help those diagnosed with this condition learn more about it through interactive games and lessons which are all technologically based. He is also a founder and donor to The Painted Turtle which is a summer camp in California for adolescents diagnosed with terminal and chronic illnesses.
Aside from his professional and business career, Eric has also been directly affiliated with government ventures as well. Eric was chosen for building and running the “Bridge to the 21st Century” which was to commemorate the 2nd inauguration of former President Bill Clinton and former Vice President Al Gore. With a successful track record such as the one Eric Pulier has had over the years there is no signs of his ventures or philanthropic efforts slowing down anytime soon.