Eric Pulier has an impressive record as a philanthropist. He pioneered educational platforms for use in homes, found lower cost solutions for cloud computing and helped individuals with multiple sclerosis understand their disease. He was responsible for setting up the first live feed stream to a shuttle in space and has helped numerous individuals with their medical needs. Eric Pulier is an entrepreneur, a generous philanthropist, a public speaker, a technologist, a published author and a columnist. He has already left an incredibly positive footprint in this world.
Eric was born in New Jersey and his education sharpened what was already impressive natural intelligence. He began programming computers in the fourth grade and had already founded a database computer company when he graduated from high school in 1984. After graduation he attended Harvard and was the editor for the school newspaper. He wrote poignant articles about the dangers of terrorism and numerous topics of high importance. Eric moved to Los Angeles in 1991 in the pursuit of his dreams.
One of Eric’s most well known startups is the revolutionary XPrize. The program has numerous prizes and competitions for individuals who will push themselves to their full potential. His vision allowed adults and teens to achieve their dreams and find success. Yet another accomplishment for Eric was Akana. He founded the program for the SOA software and made the addition of other vendors who offered the brand all through the 2000’s. He sold the company in 2016 to Rogue Wave Software once he had grown it to an incredibly powerful SOA solutions suite.
Eric has participated in some marvelous philanthropy causes yet the most notable is the Painted Turtle. This camp was created for kids with chronic diseases. Eric has donated his money and his time to make certain kids with specialized medical needs can still enjoy summer camp. His compassion for kids with special medical needs is evident in so much of what he accomplishes. His work with Starbright World resulted in a social media platform for kids suffering from chronic diseases. He enabled these children to be able to interact with other kids suffering from similar health issues. Eric Pulier has made a difference.