Jason Hope is a well-known entrepreneur, futurist, philanthropist, and investor from Scottsdale, Arizona. He is also famous for his unrelenting interest technology, which he views as the cornerstone of future investments.
Jason Hope studied graduated from Arizona State University with a degree in Finance. He later enrolled in the W.P. Carey School of Business, Arizona State University, where he attained a master’s degree in Business Administration. After graduating, Hope ventured into business and achieved tremendous success within a short time. His remarkable business skills have made him an internationally recognized consultant in almost every sector.
Along with his interests in business, Hope is also a renowned philanthropist. He is currently based in his home state of Arizona, where he is involved in numerous charitable activities. As a technology enthusiast, Hope is mostly interested in philanthropic endeavors, which make use of technology to improve the lives of people in the world.
One of the organizations which Jason Hope supports is the SENS Foundation, which is based in California. The not-for-profit organization has broad interests in the development of rejuvenation biotechnologies to slow down age-related ailments.
Recently, Hope donated a total of $500,000 to the organization. The money is intended to aid in the development and promotion of broader access to rejuvenation biotechnologies to counteract the onset of illnesses which come with old age. Such ailments include Alzheimer’s disease, diabetes, and atherosclerosis among others. The announcement of the funding was made during a philanthropy event, which was held at the Palace of Fine Arts in San Francisco, courtesy of Thiel Foundation.
Speaking during the occasion, Aubrey de Grey, the CSO of the SENS Foundation thanked Jason Hope for his generous contribution. He also noted that the leading cause of hypertension among the elderly is arteriosclerosis, which in turn accelerates the onset of other contributors to aging. According to Aubrey de Grey, the accumulation of molecular bonds in the arteries also causes long-sightedness, which contributes to skin aging.
Apart from the SENS Foundation, Jason Hope also supports other charitable organizations like T Gen Foundation, Worldwide Orphans Foundation, and T Gen Foundation. He also supports other not-for-profit organizations like The Mark Wahlberg Youth Foundation, The Tony Hawk Foundation, Family Health International, The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s Desert Mountain States Chapter, and International Foundation for Education and Self Help.
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