Eric Pulier is a man of many talents. He is an author, columnist, technologist, and entrepreneur. He is also the founder of many companies, as well as a public speaker and philanthropist. He has even raised a substantial amount of funding for the many ventures he has founded and co-founded.
Some of the ventures that Pulier has founded include but are not limited to: Media Platform, Digital Evolution, Desktone, and US Interactive-just to name a few.
Pulier has invested in many charitable organizations as well as in venture capital funds, including Trident Capital, Monitor ventures, and eCompanies. Pulier is also an investor in many seed startups in technology and media.
Pilier serves on the board of the Painted Turtle, which is a summer camo for children with illnesses that are chronic and life-threatening. He also serves on the Innovation Board of the XPRIZE Foundation.
In 1984, Pulier graduated from Teaneck High School before going on to Harvard University, where he attained his BA. In 1988, Pulier graduated Magna Cum Laude from Harvard.
Pulier was considered the top-billed honoree at the US Doctors for Africa benefit in 2010 and has served as a member of the Clinton Global Initiative. He is also the founding donor of the ACE Foundation, which is an organization that is reshaping how software is built and utilized.
Pulier has been published many times, including in Forbes Magazine, and has even published Understanding Enterprise SOA with co-author Hugh Taylor.
Pulier lives with his family in the Los Angeles area and is a financial donor to many Foundations. He is still continuing to help and inspire others to pursue their dreams and to succeed in whatever they do.