Jason Hope is first and foremost an entrepreneur that has made a good living through smart investments and company startups. Since the beginning, Jason Hope has always focused on technology, especially biotechnology. Jason wants to see the future hold more possibilities and good things for the generations to come.
Philanthropy is one of the major focuses of Jason’s career these days and he has been making major contributions to medical research and technological advancement, along with charitable donations to dozens of nonprofit organizations. Jason graduated from Arizona State University and has gone on to show his talents in marketing, investing, business, writing, advertising, and more.
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Currently, Jason Hope is living in Scottsdale, Arizona, where he spends time researching the biotech industry and working as a consultant for a variety of different organizations. He has helped dozens of individuals and companies through his expertise and professional advice over the years. Primarily, Jason is focused on all things technology, internet, biotech, education, and sometimes even politics when it involves technology. There are many different implications and applications for technology and Jason is always looking for new ways to make them possible, whether it is his own idea or donating to an organization that has the idea themselves.
Over the course of his career, Jason has donated hundreds of thousands of dollars to worthwhile causes and to fund research into technology and anti-aging. Jason is currently the largest donator to the SENS Research Foundation, with a pledge of 500 thousand dollars that he gave back in 2010. Along with the SENS Foundation, Jason Hope has contributed to many other charitable organizations that are doing great things around the world. These organizations include the TGen Foundation, Teach For America, International Foundation For Education, True Colors Fund, The Tony Hawk Foundation, Family Health International, The Boys and Girls Club, The Andre Agassi Foundation, and many others.
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