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Technology Extraordinaire Eric Pulier

Extraordinaire and Eric Pulier seem to go hand to hand. They pretty much compliment each other in all aspects. Eric Pulier, founder of over 15 tech companies, is the very definition of the word extraordinaire. The guy has an ingenious was of thinking, but he also has a heart of gold. Why? He has pretty much donated millions of his hard earned capital to charitable foundations as well as donated millions into seed level startup businesses. Information technology is his heart, and he does everything in his power to better himself others via technology.

Harvard University and MIT are two of the most prominent higher education institutions in the country and Pulier has attended both. Being such a great student journalist, he was awarded by being the Harvard Crimson’s editor. To add a bit of insult to injury, he wrote a popular column for the school’s newspaper. After graduating magna cum laude, the City of Angeles was his next stop, and he well-represented himself to the fullest. Pulier went to work at a feverish pace. His forte was advanced technology, and his founded companies applied technological-based solutions across the board. Being such a natural philanthropist, Pulier helped in the development of Starbright World. This organization was one of the first private social media networks, and it was able to connect over 700 chronically ill kids. These kids could now share their perspectives with each other. People who suffer from Multiple Sclerosis have also benefited from Pulier’s ingenuity as he developed educational multimedia programs that taught people how to deal with the disorder on a daily basis.

In 2010, he was the top billed honoree in New York City at the “U.S. Doctors For Africa” benefit. This guy has won numerous philanthropy awards over the years. He uses tried and true methods to help with achieving the end goal. The future of information technology looks mighty bright and with Eric Pulier on the scene, greatness can be expected.

About Eric Pulier: www.thecrimson.com/writer/710/Eric__Pulier/