Meet Jason Hope: As a serial entrepreneur, innovator, and philanthropist, who believes strongly in anti-aging research

As a resident of Scottsdale, Arizona, Jason Hope considers himself an entrepreneur, philanthropist, futurist, and investor who gives back to his local communities. Jason Hope also believes very strongly in taking pro-active measures in regards to anti-aging initiatives that address chronic illness like Alzheimer’s disease and diabetes mellitus. Hope is a wealthy Internet entrepreneur who has set his sights on donating some of his good fortunes to important causes and organizations.

Much of the bulk of Mr. Hope’s philanthropic efforts have been focused on the Strategies for Engineered Negligible Senescience Research Foundation (SNES), which is a non-profit organization and a regenerative medical research foundation that was co-founded by Aubrey de Grey, Kevin Perrott, Jeff Hall, Sarah Marr, and Michael Kope in 2009. In December of 2010, Jason Hope got involved in the cause, by donating $500 thousand dollars to SNES. Based on Hope’s donation to SNES, they were able to implement new research initiatives and launch a SNES laboratory at Cambridge University, Massachusetts.

Jason Hope says that he supports SNES because he believes profusely in the work that SNES is doing and knows how key SNES is concerning the advancement of medicine. Jason Hope has further donated over $1 million dollars to SNES since the original donation that he made in 2010. Jason Hope is quite hopeful that SNES will have the power to redefine the biotechnology industries, pharmaceutical, and the healthcare industries. But Jason Hope is also keen on the main trailblazer for the cause of regenerative medical research, Aubrey de Grey. Aubrey de Grey, who has a Ph.D., is the key person behind the renowned research on aging. Aubrey de Grey was the co-founder of another organization, the Methuselah Foundation, which was hatched in 2003 with fellow co-founder, David Gobel.

In regards to Jason Hope’s educational background, he earned his degree from Arizona State University in Finance. Mr. Hope also earned an MBA from Arizona State University’s W.P. Carey School of Business.

In regards to the Jason Hope’s opinions on the Internet of Things (IoT), Hope believes that the demand for the technology will be great based on the number of jobs that will be created because of the technology and the fact that it is still new. When asked what businesses he recommends that new entrepreneurs start, Jason Hope said that businesses involving affiliate marketing websites are good because of their low start-up costs.

Jason Hope’s Social Media: twitter.com/jasonhope