The Making of Eric Pulier, A Natural Technologist and Entrepreneur

Eric Pulier is an American technologist, entrepreneur, public speaker, author and a generous philanthropist. He has built his names in the entrepreneurial sector having pioneered over 20 companies. Eric Pulier has unmatched abilities to turn ideas into multi-million startups. Currently, he is the co-founder and CEO of Service Mesh, Inc. He is richly experienced in management and has held different positions in several organizations including Computer Sciences Corporation and CSC Australia Pty, Santa Monica Media Corporation, SOA Software and Interactive Video Technology, just to mention a few.

Early Life
The New Jersey-born technology genius grew up with a passion for computers. In fact, in fourth grade, he began programming computers, and by the time he graduated from high school, he had founded a database computer firm. He joined Harvard University where he graduated with a B.A in English and American literature. While in college, he also studied environmental studies and computer science. He began publishing books, articles and journals while still at Harvard University.

Career Life

After graduating from college, Eric Pulier moved to Los Angeles to pursue his career dreams. He founded People Doing Things, a firm that addressed issues in the health sector, education, and technology. XPrize marked a significant milestone for the naturally talented technologist. XPrize is known for the role it played in helping devoted youth achieve their dreams.

Pulier was also the force behind the creation of Starbright World, a social network that offers chronically ill children with a platform where they blog, chat, meet and share their experiences. 1997 marked another striking landmark of his career. He was selected run The Bridge to the 21st Century, a presidential technology exhibition held in Washington D.C.

Philanthropic activities

In his life, Pulier has reached various economically disadvantaged groups and physically challenged people. He is renowned for his unique way of giving, which involves the use of technology to find solutions to some of the most obdurate problems in the poor communities across the world. He has funded several organizations such as Painted Turtle, which helps chronically ill children. While serving at the Clinton Global Initiative, he pioneered the development of affordable cloud computing resources to the underprivileged communities. Pulier also founded educational programs, which has helped individuals living with multiple sclerosis about the many facades of the disease and Eric on Facebook.