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Eric Pulier Puts Life Into Life

Eric Pulier has mastered the art of getting as much out of a day as possible. He has spent his life achieving a tremendous amount of success in business and in helping others. The phrase “renaissance man” is thrown about quite easily these days, but he is one man that fits the description perfectly.

Eric’s journey began in the fourth grade when he discovered computers and the power of programming. This led to him starting his own database company in high school. Through hardwork and good time managemnt skills, he was acepted to Harvard and began his studies there in 1984. He majored in American and English literature and graduated Magna Cum Laude in 1988. During his time at Harvard, he wrote a weekly column for the Harvard Crimson and eventually became an editor.

After graduation, he moved to Los Angeles and formed several companies, including People Doing Things, Digital Evolution, Desktone, Media Platform, and Akana. He is also the author of  Understanding Enterprise SOA , a book about service oriented architecture. In addition, he also created and executed the Presidential Technology Exhibition for President Clinton and Vice-President Gore.

Eric Pulier sits on several philanthropic boards, including the X-Prize Foundation, The Painted Turtle (a camp for children struggling with chronic diseases), and he formed Starbright World (an online community for chronically ill children). In 2010, he was the top honoree for the U.S. Doctor for Africa benefit and he is the top donor to the ACE Foundation.

Eric is living proof that people can be successful in business and have a giving heart for those in need.

For more information please visit http://ericpulier.com

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