Eric Pulier was born and raised in Teaneck, NJ. Coming from this relatively out of the way area, Pulier would still start his life by dreaming big. Pulier was instantly entranced by technology and his proficiency with computers at an early age made it clear that this was more than just a hobby. Pulier would end up building an operational computer on his own in 4th grade simply by reading enough IT manuals to understand the process. This ended up being a statement for Pulier’s future: he could get anything in life as long as he worked hard for it.
Not content to sit stay home all of his life Pulier would quickly shift gears and focus on becoming an entrepreneur with a brand. Pulier would leave town in order to seek out higher education at Harvard. At Harvard Pulier would establish himself as a bright mind with a quick wit and an eye for the future. Pulier would work as the lead editor at the Harvard Crimson, the school paper, and here he would showcase some of his greatest skills. Pulier would eventually graduate from Harvard Magna Cum Laude before making his way to Los Angeles to start his first business.
Eric Pulier’s focus as an entrepreneur has always been about the bottom line, but more than that he has been focused on projects that can help out the greater good. That is what led Pulier to start his first company, People Doing Things. This company was focused on healthcare and education while providing solutions to common tech problems within these particular sectors. PDT would eventually make a big difference on those struggle with education, poverty and healthcare. Early success with People Doing Things led Pulier to really get into the industry with a string of successful tech ventures.
Now, with a slew of companies at his back we have seen Pulier focus largely on philanthropy. Pulier worked closely with Stephen Spielberg to develop a social network for children who suffered from chronic illness. He also helped out with the Painted Turtle summer camp, a place for sick children to connect, have fun, and find aid.
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