Dedicated Entrepreneur and Philanthropist: Eric Pulier

Eric Pulier is the picture of a successful businessman and entrepreneur in government and enterprise technology. He works actively to support the X-Prize foundation, which awards the brightest young minds. It encourages innovation, creativity, and teamwork. These three principles are ones that Eric Pulier demonstrates to be as successful as he is. In addition to his work with the X Prize Foundation, he also started Starbright World. This social network helps to connect those whose are terminally ill, as well as, The Painted Turtle, which is a summer camp for terminally ill children.

A native of New Jersey, Eric Pulier started early in his career. His brilliant young mind was about toH program by fourth grade. His first company was a database computer company in high school. Pulier went to Harvard to study English and American Literature and took some classes at MIT. After he finished his college degree, he moved to Los Angeles to start People Doing Things, a company addressing issues, such as healthcare and education through technology. In 1994, he founded Digital Evolution, which merged with US Interactive.

He has worked with government initiatives to help better the community. The Presidential Inaugural Committee chose him to create and execute “The Bridge to the 21st Century.” He has worked with both Al Gore and Bill Clinton on initiatives to help improve technology and healthcare. He has founded numerous ventures and he has published several books. Eric Pulier continues to work hard in the business world, investing in the small businesses and charities.

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