Eric Pulier Turns Technology Expertise into Philanthropy

Eric Pulier started showing signs of his entrepreneurial spirit at a very young age. He was already able to program computers by the time he was nine years old. By the time he was ready to graduate from high school, he already had a computer company started dealing with databases. He attended Harvard University where he earned a degree in English and also studied computer science.


Eric has been involved with at least 15 start-up companies so far. He is a co-founder of ServiceMesh and currently is Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of the company. He worked with Computer Sciences Corporation, helping them create and provide cloud services Eric founded SOA Software in 1998, a company that provides Service Oriented Architecture to help design software for users. Pulier was Chairman and Chief Executive Officer from 1995 to 1998. He currently serves as Executive Chairman at LogicLibrary in the SOA Software division.


Eric has been a driving force for new development in software development and the digital interactive industries for more than 20 years. He is a leading entrepreneur in government and enterprise technology. He worked with Bill Clinton and Al Gore on the Global Imitative Project. He is a well-known public speaker on new developments in the technology industry.


Eric Pulier is active in charitable giving and in using his expertise in technology to help those who are less fortunate. One of his best-known philanthropic projects is the Painted Turtle. It is a summer camp for children suffering with life-threatening diseases and chronic illnesses. He is VP in the cloud division of the organization.


He developed Starbright World, a social media platform for use by children with chronic illnesses. Children can use the network to interact with other children from around the world who are experiencing the same medical challenges. Eric currently lives in Los Angeles, Ca. He has four children.

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