Eric Pulier is among entrepreneurs across the world who have invested most of their energy to seeing the growth of technology and merging the two to form great businesses. He has also been working with philanthropic foundations and passionately supporting the growth of support for the needy across different parts of the world. As part of his mission to support different individuals to embrace growth, Eric Pulier was able to come up with inventions that saw young entrepreneurs get the much needed support to fuel the growth of their businesses.
Having spent many years in Teaneck, New Jersey, where he was born, Eric Pulier came across many technological features that motivated him to also work as a technologist to help build the world. This passion saw him invest more time into research and learning about technology and when he joined the Teaneck High School, he managed to establish a database company. The success of this company motivated him to further push his career to reach higher heights. He graduated from Teaneck in 1984 and without delays proceeded to the Harvard University, where he picked American Literature and English. Additionally, Eric Pulier joined MIT College, where he enrolled for a course in Computer Science.
At the Harvard University, Eric Pulier was given a column in the Harvard Crimson Weekly, a magazine that addressed many issues among them student life. On his column, Eric shared ideas on managing business and technology and was able to come up with great solutions to problems submitted by some readers. In 1988, Eric Pulier completed both courses and graduated magna cum laude.
Eric Pulier has been actively involved in the development of several philanthropic communities, notably offering solutions that use technology to solve intractable problems among economically disadvantaged communities. During his early years, Pulier created his first multimedia educational program, which was used to teach people with Multiple Sclerosis on how to cope with their disease. Pulier is also an active member and donor to the Campaign for Free College Tuition, which seeks to offer free college education to every American interested in learning.