Eric Pulier is an American computer software tycoon who is located in Los Angeles, California. He is also a successful published author as well. He has invested in charitable organizations. Eric Pulier is also an active investor in start ups, centered around technology and media.
Pulier got his start very early in life. He began programming computers at a very young age, fourth grade to be exact. He actually started a computer database business when he was in high school. In 1984, he attended Harvard University. He majored in English and American Literature, Computer Science. He also majored in Environmental & Visual Studies. He graduated with honors in 1988.
Eric Pulier moved to California, where he founded a company called People Doing Things (PDT). The company covered health care, education, and any other issues that would come up with the use of technology. Eric Pulier lead the effort to build Starlight World. Starlight World is a private social media network that offers a place for chronically ill children to chat, blog, post content, and meet others that share common experiences. Eric Pulier is a father of four. He is an active board member of the Painted Turtle, a summer camp for chronically ill children.
In 1997, The Presidential Inaugural Committee selected Eric Pulier to start and kick off the Presidential Technology Exhibition in Washington, DC., called “The Bridge to the 21st Century.” After the exhibition, he took part in then-Al Gore’s health care and technology forum and helped with technology initiatives. If that isn’t enough, Pulier founded many other ventures, like Desktone and a few others. Eric Pulier has devoted his time and energy to the world of technology.