Eric Pulier is a highly successful businessman who got his start in the world as an ambitious entrepreneur—and it worked.
Today Pulier is one of the most celebrated admired CEOs in the world.
He is currently in the software and tech industries. He’s also a genius entrepreneur, a published author and philanthropist.
Eric Pulier graduated from Teaneck High School in 1984. Then he went to Harvard, where he would earn a Bachelor of Arts degree in English and American literature. Since the day of his graduation, Pulier dedicated himself to helping disadvantaged people living in the streets as well as children afflicted with various medical issues, one of the main being malnutrition.
He didn’t simply bring in a box of canned goods, he used a new approach: the latest results of technological innovation, instruments and techniques which had likely never seen before in a remote country prior. By bringing state-of-the-art medical devices to countries whose people are desperate for medical care, Pulier and his team have saved or improved thousands of lives.
Pulier has worked with the Clintons, as he was once the executive director of Empire Leadership Council and served on the Clinton Global Initiative.
After Harvard, Pulier moved to Los Angeles—and it didn’t take him long to begin establishing helpful causes. People Doing Things was an organization whose mission was to promote and offer modern technological advances in the healthcare system as well as the education sector.
Pulier has made his mark in the technological world, founding 15 different companies.
Pulier sits on the Xprize Foundation’s board of directors. The board calls for a competition in which a competition is held to find the people whose brains can figure out the answer to an extremely complex issue facing society. Participants are asked to think and share their opinion about the matter at hand—almost like a town meeting or political debate, where each person’s argument is heard.
Pulier is on the board of directors for yet another organization, Painted Turtle. But this is a charitable organization that takes children who have chronic and/or serious illnesses and allows them to go to summer camp in Lake Hughes, CA.
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