Eric Pulier is an Entrepreneur, Author and Philanthropist who was raised in Teaneck, New Jersey. It was evident of Pulier’s talent’s from a very young age. He was already showing his intelligence in the fourth grade as he was able to begin programing computers. Growing up in New Jersey Pulier graduated from the high school in the town of Teaneck where he was raised, after high school he went on to attend Harvard University where he earned his BA and graduated Magna Cum Laude in 1988. Mr. Eric Pulier studied many different subjects as he furthered his education, in college he studied visual and environmental studies, American Literature, English and also computer science. While attending Harvard he wrote a weekly column for the Crimson Weekly called Pulierleg. In 1991 Pulier moved to Los Angeles, California where he was able to start his own company called People Doing Things. His company addressed things such as education, healthcare and technology issues as well. Mr. Pulier has also had a hand in government having been selected to help build and run “Bridge to the 21st Century” which helped commemorate Bill Clinton and Al Gore’s 2nd Inauguration. Pulier continued to have a hand in government as he went on to continue working with Al Gore on health care and technology as well. It’s worth noting that Pulier is also the founder of other things such as Media Platform, Desktone, and Akana to name a few. Besides having a hand in government, Pulier has also been active in Philanthropic as well. Eric Pulier is known as the founding donor for the ACE Foundation which is responsible for fundamentally reshaping how software is built and applied. Pulier is also a board member for the Painted Turtle which is a charitable organization that focuses on summer camp in Lake Hughes, California for children who are facing life threatening and chronic illnesses. It is clear from Mr. Pulier’s resume and work that he has a passion for helping those who are less fortunate and is a caring person who genuinely wants to help others and does a lot for them.