There aren’t many men like Eric Pulier anymore. A true Renaissance man, Pulier is an accomplished entrepreneur, philanthropist, and author. Pulier acquired a degree from Harvard University in 1988. While there, he studied diverse topics such as Visual and Environmental Studies, Computer Science, and Literature. These early studies laid the foundation for a brilliant career in government and enterprise technology.
Eric Pulier is the founder or co-founder of several successful organizations. In May 1994 he founded Digital Evolution offering an identity-based service-oriented architecture (SOA) management platform. Four years later he became one of the co-founders of US Interactive, Inc. Pulier is also a co-founder and Director of Media Platform, Inc., co-founder of ServiceMesh, Inc., founder and Executive Director of Enterprise Cloud Leadership Council, and the founder and CEO of vAtomic Systems, Inc. See Also: http://www.thecrimson.com/writer/710/Eric__Pulier/
To further add to his impressive resume, Pulier has filed for many patents for systems for virtual and cloud computing and methods for managing web services. He is also a gifted author. While at Harvard, Pulier wrote a column for the Harvard Crimson Weekly of which he was also an editor. His work has been published in Forbes Magazine, and he is the co-author (with Hugh Taylor) of Understanding Enterprise SOA.
One of Pulier’s most significant accomplishments was his selection in 1997 by the Presidential Inaugural Committee to create and run the “Bridge to the 21st Century” exhibit for Bill Clinton and Al Gore. He continued to be a government advisor on health care and technology issues and is a participant with the Clinton Global Initiative.
Pulier believes in giving back and has proven it through his many philanthropic endeavors. His work in the field of education has benefitted many, particularly those with health concerns or who are economically disadvantaged. He is a founder of the ACE Foundation and is a Board member of XPRIZE.
Despite what can only be an incredibly busy schedule running organizations, writing, and contributing to charity, Eric Pulier is a dedicated father of four. He is the consummate Renaissance man of the 21st century.
BandB July 13, 2016
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