Eric Pulier Puts Philanthropy First

Eric Pulier has made a career out of being the first one to try something. Innovation within the tech field is almost integral in order to become a success and it is definitely integral in order to become one of the elite within the industry. Eric Pulier’s rise from humble beginnings to tech juggernaut is definitely worth paying attention to, particularly for those individuals that may one day seek to follow in his footsteps. Today we’ll talk about a host of his different successes while focusing primarily on his philanthropic work.

 

Innovation is innovation no matter what sector you make it happen. XPrize is probably Eric Pulier’s largest success and his most revolutionary approach to bringing something new to the entrepreneurial table. XPrize is a foundational program that offers people the chance to compete while trying to make their tech dreams a reality. XPrize awards teams for bringing the most innovation to the table in the tech field, giving teens and young adults the chance to and the drive to really make a difference within an industry that is so rapidly changing and evolving. This was a particularly important piece of work for Pulier and it has cemented him as one of the leading tech giants out there.

 

Outside of XPrize we have seen Pulier incorporate his tech background with his philanthropy, often creating something that is both innovative as well as deeply, deeply important. One such amalgamation of work is the Painted Turtle Camp. The Painted Turtle Camp is a children’s camp for kids afflicted with chronic illness.Eric Pulier works as the VP for cloud operations of the organization and he continues to donate time, money, and skills in order to keep those kids with medical needs as happy and healthy as possible. On this same note, Pulier has also worked with President Bill Clinton on bringing low cost cloud computing to communities that are at risk and of low net worth. His work bringing technology to needy communities can be directly associated with the ascension of those communities in the ever changing, evolving, and increasingly technical world of computers.

 

 

 

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