Even with such a young face, you wouldn’t be forgiven for doubting that Eric Pulier has made tremendous accomplishments in life. If his early life and education background are anything to go by, then you’d imagine that he was destined for greatness.
Aside from being a remarkable businessman, he’s also been involved in humanitarian acts. His desire to create a better society and his outstanding philanthropic works are worth noting. He has a good track record in using technology to solve the problems the poor and the physically impaired children not only in the US but also overseas.
Eric Pulier started his charitable acts during his early years in entrepreneurship. Multiple Sclerosis was a major issue, and he began multi-media education programs aimed at creating awareness for the patients on the condition. He was the first to introduce the use of home computers that would support sophisticated multimedia programs. Also, he engineered a peripheral beam device that the Multiple Sclerosis patients who lack the motor control can use the keyboard to navigate the system and answer the quizzes.
Besides, EXPRIZE Foundation is a beneficiary of the charitable acts of Eric Pulier. It is a non-profit organization aimed the development of technological ideas. They do that by arranging and running public competitions of technological inventions that have the potential to change the world. Through the initiative, EXPRIZE aims to motivate all parties, individuals, companies and organizations alike to devise technological ideas that could be of great benefit to the humankind.
Also, in 2010, at the Doctors for Africa, held in the New York City, Eric Pulier received a great honor for his technological inventions in the health industry. His presence attracted many paid/donor attendees.
Besides, Eric Pulier served as a member of the Clinton Global Initiative. Acting as the team leader, he coordinated the exploration of a program whose objective was to provide the poor communities with cloud computing resources at a fair price.
Probably the most notable charitable act of Mr. Pulier is the Painted Turtle where he served as a board member. Painted Turtle was a charity with the Paul Newman and Lou Adler as the founders. The initiative of the organization was the establishment of a summer camp where children with dangerous chronic illnesses would be hosted. United Health Group funded the building of the camp.