Jason Hope Targets Anti-aging As His Primary Entrepreneurial Pursuit Investor and philanthropist Jason Hope looks to tackle the ravages of the normal aging process; primarily in Arizona, his home state. Arizona and the Southwest US are considered prime locales for many seniors and retirees with circulatory and lung ailments in particular. This would then make sense for his focus on this challenge as he more than likely observes this frequently where he resides within Scottsdale; a popular retiree community in its own right as per the article in Marketwired in 2015:
He holds a degree in finance with Arizona State University, and an MBA from ASU’s W.P. Carey School of Business and is an apparent devotee of technology altogether and its potential to intercede and advance causes for the human race in general. Hence his recent initiative with the SENS Foundation’s Research Of Rejuvenation Biotechnologies and his grant of $500,000. Read more about Jason Hope on Crunchbase.
SENS, the initiative that Jason Hope backs, is a non-profit organization founded in 2009 to develop, promote and ensure widespread access to rejuvenation biotechnologies which comprehensively address age-related diseases.
Along with a passion for philanthropy, Jason Hope evidently has this with the internet as well and this tool’s potential to not only perhaps extend humanity’s overall life but also promote a healthy balanced one at that per his membership with The Internet Of Things.
His reported interests in philanthropy in general are seen here within this link with PRN Newswire, which reflects almost a dozen other charitable works that is detailed via
It seems apparent that Jason Hope is enthusiastic regarding his invested time and money in regards to his causes. His involvement with Anti-aging could not be at a more appropriate moment in time regarding the increasingly aging population across the world, and most notably, the United States.