Eric Pulier began his extremely entrepreneur career after graduating from Teaneck High School in 1984. He then attended Harvard University. Throughout his schooling he wrote a regular column for the Harvard Crimnson, the school newspaper. In 1988 he graduated with top honors in English and American Literature. After college he honed his focus on technological innovations that sought to help people. To this end, in 1991 he moved to Los Angeles where he founded People Doing things which did exactly that, helped people via technological innovations. One of his first projects was the creation of a multimedia education platform for the Multiple Sclerosis Society.
But People Doing Things was not enough for him. In 1994, he founded Digital Evolution, an interactive agency. In 1995, he collaborated with Stephen Spielberg, Norman Schwarzkopf Jr. and Peter Samuelson to create Starbright World, a social media network that allowed kids with chronic diseases to connect with one another on the internet. By 1997 his was so respected for his technological genius that he was appointed to direct the creation of the technology exhibit of the Presidential Inaugural Committee.
He has created a lot of other companies through the years besides those mentioned. To date, he has founded 15 companies. Today he is considered one of the leading technology experts in the world. His many inventions through the years have also meant that he is now in possession of many patents. Because of his many huge accomplishments, Eric Pulier is constantly in much demand as a speaker all over the world. He is also active on the boards of several charities. His biggest of these is the Painted Turtle, an organization that organizes summer camp for kids with chronic diseases. In 2005, he first added the title author to his resume by co-authoring “Understanding Enterprise SOA.”