Jason Hope is an entrepreneur who graduated from Arizona State University. Since then, Hope has become one of the forerunners in the tech industry as a futurist, entrepreneur and philanthropist. Hope believes, like many other entrepreneurs do, that you need to put your money where your mind is at. As an entrepreneur, your goal is always to support subjects that have a chance to dramatically impact the future in a positive way. That is what brought Jason Hope to donating half of a million dollars to the SENS Foundation. Let’s learn a little bit more about Jason Hope, the SENS Foundation, and what it all really means.
You probably will know Jason Hope for his work with the Internet of Things. As a futurist, Hope is always looking to trending technology that has a chance to change the world. The Internet of Things is the umbrella term that encompasses smart technology and how it will impact our day-to-day lives. Hope also believes in the value of biotechnology and addressing some of the oldest questions in the book: how do we stop illness and disease related to aging? Hope says, “I have had great interest in the SENS Foundation and Dr. Aubrey de Grey’s work for some time now.” Dr. Aubrey de Grey is, of course, one of the leading researchers working at the SENS Foundation, and resume him.
The SENS Foundation is located in California and the company is a non-profit that is focused on rejuvenation based biotechnologies which are aimed at and focused on solving age-related disease. Hope says, “The advancement of rejuvenation biotechnologies is not only extremely important, but it is the future.” Hope gets, like so many other tech enthusiasts, that the medical field is one of the fastest growing tech subsets. By putting his money into places like the SENS Foundation, Hope is actively investing in a healthier and happier future for not just himself, but everyone who benefits from the research, and http://finance.yahoo.com/news/jason-hope-explores-internet-things-090000898.html.
The massive donation was announced by Mike Kope, the CEO at the SENS Foundation. Kope said of Hope’s donation, “Jason Hope’s donation is a major contribution, enabling us to build on our existing collaborations in 2011 and accelerating our progress in the fight against age-related disease.” Aubrey de Grey leaped in to tout the donation, saying that it will help them to address one of the key issues with increased blood pressure – arteriosclerosis which is the hardening of your arteries.
— Jason Hope (@JasonHope) March 1, 2016