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A Look at Eric Pulier as an Entrepreneur and Philanthropist

Eric Pulier is an accomplished entrepreneur, billionaire, author, and philanthropist. He is an influential man, who has impacted the world through his several roles. Eric Pulier attended the Teaneck High School and graduated in 1984. He proceeded to Harvard University where he graduated with Bachelor of Arts Degree in English and American Literature in 1988 magna cum laude.

Student Journalism and Career Path
Eric Pulier wrote regular columns for the Harvard Crimson while serving as a student journalist. He developed a keen interest in many topics and showed great insight. Upon graduation in 1991, he founded the People Doing Things, a company whose focus was on technological innovations for the education and health sectors.

In 1994, Eric Pulier founded the Digital Evolution, an interactive agency that merged with the US Interactive LLC in 1998. Pulier was honored to serve as the President of Inaugural Committee in 1997. The committee was formed to complete the Presidential Technology Exhibition, displayed in Washington DC.

Companies Founded

Pulier has founded several companies such as Desktone and US Media Interactive LLC. He has made a mark in the world of technology. Eric was named the VAR Business as one of the 30 e-visionaries of the 21st century.

Pulier has appeared as a speaker at many international technology forums and conferences. He uses these forums to raise millions of dollars for the many companies he has founded. Eric is well known by preeminent technologists all over the world. He is currently the executive director of the Enterprise Leadership Council and serves on the Clinton Foundation.

Philanthropy and Charity Work

In his entire career, Eric Pulier has remained dedicated to philanthropy. He founded the Multiple Sclerosis Society as a platform to educate people with multiple sclerosis in the society. Eric worked with Stephen, Norman and Peter Samuelson to develop Starbright World. The private Social Media Network allows children with chronic illnesses to connect with each other and share chats and blogs in the following: click here.

Board membership and Leadership

Eric Pulier served on the Board of Director of the X-Prize Foundation, a competition organizing foundation for people with creative innovations to solve human problems. He also served on the Board of Directors of the Painted Turtle, a charity organization in Lake Hughes, California. It holds annual summer camps for children suffering from chronic illnesses.

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