Eric Pulier is from Teaneck, New Jersey and studied graduated from Harvard University with a BA in 1984. He has an impressive resume including being a published writer, in Forbes magazine; a successful entrepreneur, having founded several successful companies; working for President Bill Clinton and Vice President Al Gore, Mr. Pulier set up and ran “Bridge to the 21st Century” a commemoration of their second inauguration.
What stands out in Eric Pulier’s biography is his approach to philanthropy. He has a particular knack for giving back using a technological approach. When Mr. Pulier was younger he created a multimedia training program for the Multiple Sclerosis Society to help people learn more about their devastating disease. Mr. Pulier went on to be the founding donor of the ACE Foundation, an organization that concentrates on molding how software is created and used to help solve the world’s most urgent challenges. Eric Pulier has helped children with chronic illnesses by donating capital supporting Starlight Foundation which links hospitals using a virtual environment. He is currently a financial donor to X-Prize, the exciting non-profit that holds competitions to create technology for the greater good.
Eric Pulier’s constant coupling of technology and philanthropy is an exciting and needed undertaking. This guarantees that with the lightning-quick growth of technology there will be advances in solving the challenges we face in the world. With these charitable endeavors and his many other philanthropic activities and accomplishments, Pulier is a techno-philanthropist helping change the world for the better, one gigabyte at a time.
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