Eric Pulier is a technology expert, who has used his knowledge and expertise to start or co-found over 15 different companies over the years, He is also dedicated to having a positive effect on the world with his many activities. By the time, he was in the fourth grade he was programming computers. He had started his first database company when he was in high school. He graduated from Teaneck High School in 1984. He went on to Harvard and got a degree in English in 1988.
Eric has used his knowledge to help children who suffer from chronic illness, stay in touch with each other through technology. He moved to California in 1991 and started People Doing Things. The company is focused on providing new technology to the healthcare and education markets.
Pulier is co-founder of ServiceMesh, Inc. He is their Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of the company. He has been the secretary of Santa Monica Media Corp. since 2005. He co-founded SOA Software in 1998. He has been an innovative force software and digital interactive industries. He is Executive Chairman of SOA software at LogicLibrary. Eric co-founded US Interactive Inc. in 1998. He is Chairman of the company. The Presidential Inaugural Committee in 1997, selected Eric to complete the presidential. technology exhibit for the Clinton-Gore re-election campaign.
Eric Pulier has been active in philanthropy for many years, He created a multimedia education platform for people with Multiple Sclerosis Society. The platform helped them understand the important aspects of their illness. In 1995, Eric worked with Stephen Spielberg, and others to help develop the first private social media network, Starbright World. The organization serves chronically ill children. He is on the board of directors of Painted Turtle, a charitable organization that provides a summer camp for chronically ill children.
Pulier is a published author. He co-wrote “Understanding Enterprise SOA.” He has written many articles published in magazines like Forbes and others. He lives in Los Angeles with his four children.