Eric Pulier-Making the World a Better Place Through Technology

Eric Pulier graduated from Teaneck High School in 1984 and achieved his BA from Harvard University. He graduated Magna Cum Laude in 1988 from Harvard. He studied American Literature and English during his collegiate career. He also studied Computer Science, Visual and Environmental Studies. He was editor for the Harvard Crimson Weekly and the author of PulierLeg which was a weekly column.

 

Eric Pulier is a columnist, entrepreneur, technologist, public speaker, and philanthropist. He is also the founder of over fifteen companies and has raised millions of dollars for his founded or co-founded ventures.

 

Some of Pulier’s ventures include eCompanies, Monitor Ventures, Trident Capital, and Digital Evolution. Pulier is also invested in venture capital funds and many charitable organizations. He is an investor in many seed level startups, most of which have become quite successful.

 

Pulier serves on the board of The Painted Turtle and the Innovation Board of XPRIZE Foundation. Pulier currently lives in Los Angeles with his family.

 

Pulier created one of the first multimedia programs to educate people with Multiple Sclerosis about their disease and was an honoree at the US Doctors for Africa benefit. Pulier served as a member of the Clinton Global Initiative and was a founding donor of the ACE Foundation. He is a financial donor in the Campaign for Free Tuition, as well.

 

Eric Pulier was chosen to run the Bridge to the 21st Century, a multi-day event that was held to commemorate Bill Clinton and Al Gore’s 2nd inauguration. He has also donated capital in order to support the Starlight Foundation, which is helping children with chronic illnesses. His work for the Starlight Foundation became internationally known and Starbright World has linked 75 hospitals within the United States together with a video conferencing network. He has also brought a series of computer modules into production in order to help kids with diabetes learn. It’s a game that makes it possible for kids to experience what it’s like to travel through their own bodies in order to see how their sugar levels are affected. Pulier is continuing to improve the world through his work.

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