Jason Hope, Investing in Humanities Future
“I learned quickly that entrepreneurs should keep their focus on one project at a time. New entrepreneurs have the habit of jumping to every little opportunity that comes along and they totally neglect their main project. Abandoning your primary source of income is always a bad idea, even if you believe the grass is greener on the other side.” Quoted by Futurist, Entrepreneur, Philanthropist and investor Jason Hope. Impressive titles for young Jason Hope, famously known throughout his home of Arizona for his passions for technology and philanthropy.
Jason Hope grew up in Tempe Arizona, receiving a bachelors degree in finance and a masters degree in business from Arizona State University. Shortly after college, he created a mobile communications company which is currently working on gadgets, mobile apps, desktop software, and gaming software which aim to embrace the power of technology used to connect people together.
Jason Hopes current focus is on biotechnology, and investing in start up companies which support the research of Anti aging solutions and technologies. His philanthropist focus drove him to contribute $500,000 to the SENS (Strategies for Engineered Negligible Senesce research foundation). Enabling the organization to equip and build their laboratory and implement new research programs further studying the break down advance glycoltion end products in human tissue. SENS research with Jason Hopes donations thus far have provided advanced results on the aging process of human tissue and it’s connection with AGEs (Advance glycation end products).
Due to the support of Jason Hope in the collective work to improve humanities future, he has aided in providing solutions to the effects of aging and has given humanity the opportunity for longer healthier lives. Another way Jason Hope helps improve the future of humanity is by mentoring high school students and developing grant programs for entrepreneurs around Scottsdale Arizona.
On his website jasonhope.com, he offers Seniors in high school and College students grants to help them jumpstart technology related ideas. He personally reviews submissions with solid plans and personally takes them into consideration. Each plan chosen is awarded $500-$5000 USD to help the winners get started assisting Jason Hope in humanities future.