Eric Pulier is a well known executive in the electronics sector in Los Angeles, but his career began long before he founded Digital Evolution. In fact, he started to build his computer skills while he was only a fourth grader. He began to develop a successful programming business before his graduation from high school. In addition, Pulier has is well known as an author and philanthropist.
His hobby was programming computers while he was still attending grade school and middle school. When he was high school age, he was already getting paid for his computer programming talent. He grew up in northern New Jersey, but he relocated to Boston during his college years. One college he attended was Harvard, and this was where he got his degree. While there, he studied literature and English rather than anything in computers. However, he took courses on computer technology at the nearby Massachusetts Institute of Technology. While in college, he got a very good grade point average and earned magna cum laude. He also was a writer for the college newspaper at Harvard, called The Harvard Crimson.
When he moved to Los Angeles, he became known for his corporate ventures in the technology sector. His best known company has been Digital Evolution. The company now has merged with US Interactive LLC, but his innovations have been widely used. This company has also been quite profitable for him. However, he also has done a lot of work with non-profit organizations, in addition to donating to them. He even helped to start a well known non-profit organization, called Starbright World.
He also has done work in the public sector. Eric Pulier helped to create the Presidential Technology Exhibition during 1997. He also played a significant role in a health and technology forum run by Al Gore. In addition, he continues to work with the Clinton Global Initiative.
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