Jason Hope may not be a household name in term of wealthy industrialists, tech company CEOs or hedge fund managers, but he is a person who believes firmly in technology and its future applications in medicine and other ventures.
Hope is an Internet marketing expert, futurist, and philanthropist who donates money to many communities in Arizona. Hope also believes in contributing to anti-aging projects. Hope wants to help find a cure for chronic diseases like Alzheimer’s and other chronic diseases.
In terms of philanthropy, Hope has spent a good bit of his time making charitable contributions to important causes and organizations. One of the men involved in a reason that Hope supports, predicts that there are children born today that could live to 1,000 years old based on the cutting edge research that is being conducted today. That man’s name is Aubrey De Grey or Dr. Grey for short.
On Jason Hope’s website, he provides a section for college students as well as high school seniors to submit their idea. Jason Hope notes on his site that he review submissions from them all, but only chooses the ones that he believes are exceptional. Hope also remarked that he decides which submissions will receive contributions of $500 to 5 thousand dollars.
In addition to endowing grant money to young and aspiring entrepreneurs, Jason Hope’s more extensive philanthropic endeavors involve the non-profit, Strategies for Engineered Negligible Senescience Research Foundation (SNES). SNES is fully engaged in regenerative medicine and research. SENS.org was co-founded in 2009 by Kevin Perrott, Aubrey de Grey, Michael Kope, Jeff Hall, and Sarah Marr. In December of 2010, Hope contributed $500 thousand to SNES. Because of Jason Hope’s tremendous gift, the non-profit organization was able to expand into new research areas and found a new research laboratory at Cambridge University.
Concerning motivation and quotes, Jason Hope believes in the wise words of entrepreneur Nolan Bushnell, the founder of Atari Gaming company. Basically, it is critical to get going and do something. A lot of people have really great ideas, but only a few make the decision to do something about those ideas today. Hope also quips about success and business ownership that the actual entrepreneur does.
Regarding his education, Jason Hope earned his bachelor’s degree from Arizona State University. His major was in Finance. He also received his MBA from Arizona State University’s W.P. Carey School of Business.
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