To look at the forthcoming list of Eric Pulier’s accomplishments is to wonder how it is only the accomplishments of just one man. A notable, author, columnist, public speaker, entrepreneur, philanthropist and business founder, Eric Pulier’s enterprises include Digital Evolution, US Interactive, Media Platform, Akana, Desktone, ServiceMesh, and the Enterprise Cloud Leadership Council, which merged into TM Forum. It takes an exceedingly special human being to be able to focus diligently with the amount of effort that it takes to be successful in all of the above stated ventures and venues. However, if you were to think that Eric Pulier is a man focused on solely his own independent mission – you would be incorrect.
Throughout the entirety of Eric Pulier’s enterprises since leaving Harvard University and moving to Los Angeles, California, he has been actively pursuing philanthropic ventures with the same vigor that he has pursued business. For just a small example of one of those complex ventures; Eric worked with Stephen Spielberg, Norman Schwarzkopf Jr. and Peter Samuelson to develop an online social interface that has changed the lives of children with chronic illness. On the developed network, children with chronic disease are able to operate in a safe and private space where they can communicate with each other. Without any further explanation it is easy to see how this could be such an empowering tool for a youth in a very difficult circumstance.
If you were to speak to Eric Pulier currently he would most likely enthusiastically explain his excitement for genome editing and the permanent modifying of genes within organisms to alter the human race in a way that has previously not been broached. He is motivated by life and all that it has to offer and always looking for a way to better the human experience for all. Eric currently resides in Los Angeles, California with his four children where serves on multiple boards; furthering his entrepreneurial and philanthropic pursuits.