Eric Pulier is something of a mystery as well as a huge success. His work as a technologist and entrepreneur has been something to really pay attention to over the years. Eric Pulier is also the founder of the XPrize Foundation which is one of the biggest motivators for young tech based entrepreneurs in the world. He’s an avid philanthropist and a notorious listmaker. Pulier’s work is insanely interesting but it comes up dull in comparison to the actual person. Let’s look at what Pulier did in order to find his way to this position today.
In order to become the best at something it helps to know what you want to do at an early age. From day one it seemed like Pulier was always going to be fascinated with technology and computers. Pulier was born and raised in New Jersey and by the time he was in fourth grade, Pulier was completely focused on programming and working with computers. By the time he graduated in 1984 he would have his own computer database company. It was clear early on what Pulier wanted and it was also clear that Eric Pulier was ready to work toward that goal.
Pulier would go on to attend Harvard where he would graduate Magna Cum Laude before moving off to Los Angeles. Pulier landed in California in the early ’90s in order to pursue his tech goals and dreams and he was quickly found to be successful. Pulier focused on healthcare and education early on before transitioning to becoming the well rounded entrepreneur that he is today. Along the way he would found or fund over a dozen different companies, always pushing the envelope as he did so.
Right now we are probably most impressed by the work Pulier is putting in with his philanthropy. Pulier is the founder of XPrize, which is a revolutionary program that creates competitions for young people to chase their potential in the tech field. Pulier also works with the Starbright World and Painted Turtle camp which both focus on bringing aid and relief to children who suffer from serious and chronic illness.
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