Eric Pulier is a independent, self-made American businessman known primarily for his extensive and lauded philanthropy work. He has also worked within the fields of education, government and has written several best selling books, primarily dealing with his own experiences in business.
Eric Pulier was educated at the prestigious Harvard University of Cambridge, Massachusetts, one of the most critically renowned universities in the world where he studied literature, computer science, environment studies and created a weekly column for the college newspaper, of which he also acted as editor. He graduated Magna Cum Laude from Harvard with a Bachelors degree and from their went on to pursue his various philanthropic ventures (http://www.thecrimson.com/writer/710/Eric__Pulier/).
Mr. Pulier’s first major business outting was PDT (a acronym which stood for People Doing Things) a tech company focused on utilizing the most cutting edge technologies to foster better and more widespread healthcare and education. After several other business outtings, all to some degree involved in tech, Pulier lead an initiative to create the social networking group known as the Starbright World, a nonprofit organization devoted to improving the lives of hospitalized children with chronic illness. Mr. Pulier has also created an educational forum for individuals diagnosed with multiple sclerosis called the Multiple Sclerosis Society whose aim is to propagate useful information about the condition so that the diagnosed can better cope with it. One of his most notable contributions to the disable community, however, was his development of a peripheral sensor beam which, when integrated into a keyboard, allowed individuals without proper motor control or function to operate computers without the need for physical interaction.
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