Eric Pulier is an American entrepreneur, author, and philanthropist who lives in Los Angeles, California. Eric Pulier has helped found over 15 businesses to date, and combined those companies have combined to make hundreds of millions of dollars through these businesses he has founded or co-founded. Some of these companies include Digital Evolution, US Interactive, Media Platform, Akana, Desktone, and Enterprise Cloud Leadership Council to name a few.
Eric Pulier has also invested quite a bit of money in philanthropic causes such as charities including Trident Capital, eCompanies, and Monitor Ventures to name a few. Some of his investments include very successful startup companies in the technology industry, and the vast majority of those projects have gone on to have very successful businesses that have grown rapidly over time. He also works with the Multiple Sclerosis Society as he has helped pioneer the use of computers and multimedia education experiences to help people who have this disorder live a fuller, richer life. Pulier also served as a member of the Clinton Global Initiative which provides inexpensive cloud storage devices for computers that help serve underprivileged communities throughout the world. Eric Pulier’s biggest cause, however, is also active in the philanthropic community where he is on the board of the Painted Turtle which is a summer camp for children with chronic illnesses that would otherwise not have the opportunities to go to camps.
This entire enterprise Pulier has made for himself was founded upon Mr. Pulier’s past education where he graduated from Teaneck High School in 1984 before moving on to Hard University to attain his Bachelor of Arts degree. He also graduated from the fraternity of Magna Cum Laude as well as from Harvard University in 1988. While in college Pulier studied both English and American Literature as well as computer science and environmental studied. He also wrote a column called the PulierLeg in the Harvard Crimson which was the school’s weekly published newspaper. He also served as an editor on for the Harvard Crimson as well.