Eric Pulier is an entrepreneur, philanthropist, and successful businessman. He began successfully working and database computers while in high school. That is when he started his first business he attended Harvard University in 1984 and became the editor of the Harvard crimson. While at Harvard he majored in American literature in English while also taking classes at MIT. He graduated in 1988 magna cum laude.
Eric Pulier started a company called People Doing Things in 1991 after moving to Los Angeles California. People Doing Things helps individuals in the areas of education, and health care along with other related humanitarian issues. Digital Evolution was created by Eric Pulier in 1994 and was later merged with us Interactive LLC. The merger in 1998 directed Eric Pulier to create Starbright, a worldwide social network that was created for the chronically ill children where they could interact with one another and chat, blog, and create content for others.
The Presidential Inaugural Committee selected pulley for 1997 to oversee the presidential technology exhibition. It was called the “bridge to the 21st century” and after the exhibition, he was an advisor to the healthcare and Technology Forum led by vice president Al Gore. He is also involved with the Clinton Global Initiative as a supporter and a participant.
Eric Pulier has dedicated his career to advancing the world around him and has used his experience and knowledge to create successful businesses and philanthropic endeavors that benefit various groups of needy people around the world. He continues to work toward creating successful environments to assist people in moving in a positive direction in their life while creating successful businesses that will facilitate those endeavors.