If you didn’t know who Jason Hope was, I might have to sit you down and have a serious conversation with you. Though, at the same time, I wouldn’t blame you as he isn’t being interviewed on CNN or Fox News for his many contributions to society. Not only has he invested time, money and a lot of resources in preserving life for humanity, but he is also a self-proclaimed futurist who sees the bigger picture.
Born and raised in Tempe, Arizona, Jason Hope attended Arizona State University where he earned two degrees. The first in finance and the second, a Masters Of Business And Administration. His education and years of experience have not be set in leading successful business though, but rather in helping entrepreneurs realize their goals with his bright eye to the future and investment-smarts to help make it happen.
In 2010, Jason Hope donated $500,000 to an organization keen on solving one problem we all face; the disease that is aging. The SENS Foundation is leading the way in Anti-Aging research by looking at common illnesses that cause is to age sooner than we should. Some example would be Alzheimer’s, Cancer and Lung Disease.
A lot of the treatments today seek to do just thy, treat these disease, whereas the SENS foundation aims to prevent them from the beginning. When they succeed, they will promote longer and healthier lives for all of humanity. If Jason Hopes past is any indication of the future, you better believe he will see to it that everyone human being has access to it, longer and healthier lives.
Though, his interest doesn’t stop there. Jason Hope is genuinely fascinated by the internet of things. The census is that they have the potential to transform our world more so than the modern internet did some 27 years ago. We’ll go from internet computers (laptops, desktops, smartphones and tablets alike) to smaller more intimate technologies like beacons, sensors and miniaturized computers that help fill in the gaps of everyday things. Our seats on airplanes will be able to tell when we’re too hot, or thirsty to the airport being able to push a notification to our phones when we’re headed in the wrong direction on our way to the terminal.
All of this, Jason Hope sees and wants to help make a reality, and we should recognize him for that alone. Entrepreneur Jason Hope Invests in Research Against Aging