Known worldwide for his technology prowess and software innovation, Eric Pulier is at the same time known worldwide as an entrepreneur, philanthropist and public speaker.
Eric Pulier got an early start on his career as he learned to program and encode personal computers in elementary school and continued demonstrating his skills by the time he was in high school with the launch of his database company.
He went on to receive his Bachelor’s Degree from Harvard University after graduating from Teaneck High School in New Jersey.
As a technology specialist, he currently has founded or co-founded more than fifteen companies including Digital Evolution, US Interactive, Desktone and ServiceMesh. Among his board memberships are Chief Technology Officer, Secretary and Director, Santa Monica Media Corporation; chairman, US Interactive; Executive Chairman of Soa Software, LogicLibrary and Innovation Board Member XPRIZE.
As a philanthropist, Pulier has worked to make solutions available in economically in need areas or for physically impaired children both globally and in the United States.
What’s more, Pulier pioneered as well as donated money for a private social network, the Starlight Foundation, for children suffering from chronic illness where they can share similar experiences.
He also took action as a member of the Clinton Global Initiatives where he headed up a project to carry out the reasonably priced practice of using a network of remote servers hosted on the Internet to gather and administer data, known as cloud computing, rather than a local server or a personal computer to under-served communities.
This action followed his work with US Doctors for Africa where he was credited for setting up hi-tech advances for health maintenance and improvement in medical services in Africa.
He is also a benefactor and vigorous colleague in a program to offer free college to all Americans, called the Campaign for Free College Tuition.
He continues his career as chief executive of Stemulis which he took on in May 2015.
Check out Eric’s Wiki page here.