A True American Unsung Hero: Eric pulier

When it comes to doing progressive things for society, Eric Pulier should be at the top of this inspirational list. This 1988 Harvard University Graduate has created many innovative products that are very beneficial for people and businesses. He is the epitome of the word ingenuity as many of his innovative creations have been used on a daily basis around the world. The genesis of Mr. Pulier began back in his hometown of Teaneck, New Jersey. Eric Pulier was very aspirational compare to his friends and as a fourth grader, Pulier programmed his first computer. He expressed his creativity through his inventions (so-to-speak) and by high school he had formed a data computer company. While studying at Harvard University, Eric Pulier took additional classes at MIT. There is only so much time in a day, but this guy certainly pulled it off without a hitch. During this time Pulier wrote a column for the prestigious Harvard Crimson. He was also the editor of this prominent publication and by 1988 this brilliant mind Graduated Magna Cum Laude.

Now finished with school, Eric Pulier moved out West to California and started his professional career. During this time many companies would be created and founded and each one had a specific purpose. (PDT) which stands for People Doing Things, was Pulier’s first founded company and the innovation technology that was used at the time addressed many issues of the healthcare and education field . Here are a of the companies that Eric Pulier’s hand has been in below:

  • Founder of Starbright World
  • Co-Founder of Service Mesh, Inc
  • Director of Media Platform, Inc
  • Innovative Board Member of XPRIZE
  • Founder/Managing Partner of FLF
  • Chairman/Co-Founder of US Interactice, Inc

With so many accomplishments under his belt, this guy’s life story could be made into a movie. Mr. Pulier made invest in start-up businesses and has raised funds for charities as well as personal ventures. His hard work and values will certainly be ingrained in his four children and maybe they’ll grow up to be as intelligent as their genius father.

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