Eric Pulier is the ultimate philanthropist and entrepreneur. Originally, from New Jersey, he started programming and companies at an early age. He studied English at Harvard, but still took classes at MIT. He moved out to California to cash in on the tech boom. In 1991, he started People Doing Things, a company that resolves issues like healthcare and education through technology. He is the founder of ventures, like Desktone, Media Platform, and Akana. He continues his successful business ventures, while working on his charities.
He has been chosen to create and execute multiple exhibitions and forums on technology. The Presidential Inaugural Committee selected him for a technology exhibit called “Bridge to the 21st century.” Al Gore has selected him to work on the health care and technology forum. Recently, he has been a supporter of the Clinton Global Initiative, which works with multiple programs.
He is an active philanthropist, founding and funding several organizations. He created a social network for terminally ill children, StarBright World. A safe place where kids can connect to discuss the issues they are facing.
Eric Pulier is a family man who is the epitome of a entrepreneur, starting from scratch and working his way up. He continues to work on his business ventures and his non-profits to improve the world.
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