Appreciating The Career And Philanthropic Effort Offered By Eric Pulier

Eric Pulier was born in a small neighborhood in Teaneck, New Jersey, where he also spent a good part of his life. He was able to attend school around the same region and during his early years, he showed much passion for programming and computing, a passion he confirmed when he launched his own database computer company. At this time, he was still in high school and his passion and zeal to help the marginalized through technology was at the peak.

In 1984, he proceeded to the Harvard University for higher education, and his major this time was English and American Literature. He also attended classes at MIT to advance his passion in computing, which was just neighboring his campus and he graduated in 1988 with high honors.

In 1991, Eric Pulier relocated to Los Angeles, where he launched People Doing Things (PDT), a program that addressed issues affecting education, healthcare and major problems facing communities. In 1944, he launched Digital Evolution, an interactive agency, which merged with US Interactive in 1998. His effort saw him win several contracts with the government and companies that wanted to expand their presence through technology.

During the 1977 presidential inauguration, Pulier was invited to prepare a technology exhibition. Many were impressed by his prowess and effort during this event, something that led to his invitation by the government to handle more projects.

In the philanthropic community, Eric Pulier is also a renowned member and passionate giver. His main focus has been on delivering solutions to intractable problems and helping economically disadvantaged communities. Eric Pulier is recognized as an active donor in the Painted Turtle Foundation, which was established to support children facing severe diseases. He also joined the Clinton Global Initiative as a donor to help raise funds for a program that was targeted at offering low-cost computing resources to marginalized communities across the world.

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  • Manson Jerry
    December 27, 2016 - 2:43 pm | Permalink

    The then Vice President, Al Gore, gave him a role to extend the technology to healthcare. His advice was also sought after when major projects involving technology were presented for consideration. It is actually a nice way for www review to get all these things first and I know what to do.

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