Jason Hope spent his formative years in Arizona where he remains a blockbusting community member. He earned his Bachelor’s of Science degree from Arizona State University (ASU) with a concentration in Finance. He also obtained his Master’s in Business Administration (MBA) degree from ASU’s W.P. Carey School of Business. He runs several successful ventures and the most popular is his local T-shirt company. He believes in eating healthy meals and committing to exercising regularly. He attributes his success to focusing on one main objective at a time instead of dividing your mind and energy. Read more about Jason Hope on Wings Journal.
Jason Hope takes delight in noting others’ achievements and positive contributions to the world. For instance, an integral part of his entrepreneurial endeavors is awarding grants to fellow business-minded people. He explains that many times one only needs a relatively small amount of actual funds to get their idea properly off to a start. His grant program affords them the capital and the injection of hope, no pun intended, they need to stay on track. He is also a world renowned philanthropist. He regularly contributes his time and/or money to establishments such as the following: The Andre Agassi Foundation, The Boys & Girls Club of Metropolitan Phoenix, The Mark Wahlberg Youth Foundation, Family Health International, the True Colors Foundation, Teach For America Phoenix and the SENS Research Foundation.
To the latter, Jason Hope donated a half a million USD in 2010, about a year into their existence. Since then, he has contributed an additional amount totalling in the multimillions of USD. The SENS Research Foundation (SENS) aims to eradicate degenerative aging and Jason believes strongly in their goals and approach. He believes in preventive behavior over pharmaceuticals or symptom regulation. The founder of SENS, Aubrey de Grey, Ph.D., agrees. He also serves as the research foundation’s Chief Scientific Officer (CSO). One of his main objectives right now is to eliminate the hardening of arteries, commonly referred to as arteriosclerosis which encompasses artherosclerosis and a host of other such ailments. The doctor contends that simply by addressing this root, no less than four major biological diseases will no longer exist.
Jason Hope encourages others to not give up on their dreams but to, also, pursue them daily with intention. He suggests we incorporate awareness of what he’s named the ‘Internet of Things,’ (IOT). This concept recognizes the impact our newfound connectedness affords us through the world wide web. For instance, he points out, a doctor can help the sick in remote places because of their digital access to assessment and treatment tools and databases. Learn more: http://cityscene.org/jason-hope-the-entrepreneur-from-arizona/