Eric Pulier & American Ingenuity
Living in today’s modern society certainly has it’s advantages when being compared to eras of the past. Technology is king now days as it is implemented into every aspect or line of work to some degree. Have you ever heard of a guy named Eric Pulier? Just know that this is a remarkable guy who has used innovative technology to better man-kind. Even though he’s not a household name, Eric Pulier has done just as enough or as more than most famous celebrities.
The Teaneck, New Jersey native always seem to have a fascination for technology even as a child. He stood out among his peers thanks to his brilliant way of thinking. In just the fourth grade, Pulier actually programmed his very first computer and by high school, this genius had founded a computer database company. The foundation was set at an early age and there’s no denying it as his passion pushed him even further to one of the most prestigious higher learning facilities in the world. In 1984 Pulier started his college life at Harvard University. The English/American Major had a very full schedule as he was an editor and column writer for the prominent Harvard Crimson Publication. During this time Pulier also took classes over at the neighboring school of (MIT). Though his peers had there own college agendas to deal with, Eric Pulier was far ore advanced and calculating when it came to laying the blueprint of his future. In 1988 he graduated manga cum laude and by 1991 he would be starting his professional life in California.
As soon as Eric Pulier settled into his new residence in The City of Angeles he went straight to work. As of today this brilliant mind has founded up to 15 companies such as XPRIZE, Service Mesh Inc, Digital Evolution, People Doing Things, Starbright World, and many more. He’s donated capital to charitable organizations, raised money for capital venture deals, and invested in numerous tech start-up companies. Eric Pulier’s impact on society is in-depth, but who knows just what he has in-store for the future.