For Internet entrepreneur turned philanthropist, Jason Hope, SNES may hold future cures for illness and chronic disease with the help of his financial contributions

Born and raised in the state of Arizona, Jason Hope is a person who is strongly involved with technology and the future. Hope is an entrepreneur, marketing subject matter expert (SME), futurist, investor, and philanthropist who enjoys donating money and resources to the local communities in Scottsdale, Arizona. Hope also believes greatly in contributing money and resources to anti-aging initiatives. Jason Hope’s intent is to help find a cure for chronic diseases like Alzheimer’s and also diabetes.

Hope is an Internet entrepreneur turned philanthropist who has focused much of his time on making financial contributions to many important charitable causes and organizations that are involved in cutting-edge medical research. On Jason Hope’s personal website, he includes a section for high school seniors and college students to submit their idea. Hope notes on his website that he will review submissions from these group, and try and help those with technology-related ideas that he believes are exceptional. Hope will choose which submissions will receive contributions of $500 to $5 thousand dollars.

In lieu of providing financial grants to young entrepreneurs, Hope’s main philanthropic endeavors involve the Strategies for Engineered Negligible Senescience Research Foundation (SNES). SNES is a non-profit organization and regenerative medical research foundation that was co-founded by Aubrey de Grey, Jeff Hall, Sarah Marr, Michael Kope, Kevin Perrott in 2009. In December 2010, Hope became fully involved in the SNES cause. Jason Hope contributed $500 thousand dollars to SNES. Because of Jason Hope’s large gift to SNES, this non-profit organization was able to fund new research initiatives and found a new research laboratory at Cambridge University.

Hope provides support to SNES because of the cutting-edge work that they are doing. He also understands how crucial SNES is in the cause to cure chronic diseases. SNES looks at many different facets of disease as part of their medical studies. Hope has given over $1 million dollars to SNES since 2010 — $500 thousand of that was donated in 2010. Hope is quite happy that SNES is a leader that could redefine the healthcare, pharmaceutical, and industrial industries.

Jason Hope’s opinions on the Internet of Things (IoT) and future technology looks promising. Hope believes that IoT technology will be in great demand based on new jobs.

Jason Hope earned his bachelor’s degree from Arizona State University in Finance and earned his MBA from Arizona State University’s W.P. Carey School of Business.

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