Eric Pulier is an entrepreneur that studied at Harvard University in 1984 majoring in English and literature while taking classes at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). Before excelling at Harvard University, Eric Pulier had first began his passion for programming computers by fourth grade and by high school he developed a database computer company. By 1991 he had founded a company called People Doing Things that tackled health care and education issues through using technology.
After his company Digital Evolution merged with US Interactive LLC in 1998, Eric Pulier began his philanthropy work by creating Starbright World. Starbright World gives children with chronic illnesses the opportunity to chat, blog and meet other children through a private social network site.After the founding of Starbright World, Eric Pulier continued his philanthropy by creating the X-Prize Foundation. The X-Prize Foundation allows for teens and adults to push toward their dreams through a system of competitions and prizes for success. His compassion for children continued with the organization the Painted Turtle, a camp for children with chronic illnesses.
During the 1990’s Eric Pulier worked with President Bill Clinton to make sure low income communities receive cloud computing solutions for a low-cost. He had developed multimedia educational programs for home use. One of his education platforms helped individuals with multiple sclerosis to learn more about the disease.While working with former President Bill Clinton, Eric Pulier was chosen in 1997 to create the Presidential Technology Exhibition in Washington, D.C. After creating the exhibition called “The Bridge to the 21st Century” he worked with Vice President Al Gore to execute a health care and technology forum. During the 2000’s Eric Pulier founded the SOA software program with several SOA vendors. Later, he wrote the book Understanding Enterprise SOA, a concise yet easy-to-understand introduction to service-oriented architecture.
Eric Pulier is a brilliant technologist, published author, and Harvard graduate with a compassion for children with chronic illness. From this compassion, Eric Pulier created technological software to help those with chronic illnesses, while donating to several non-profit organizations. His impressive computer programming skills have led to several lucrative business ventures and turned him into the successful entrepreneur he is today.