There are few things in life more important than the continued push for research in the field of medicine. Jason Hope, a prominent entrepreneur from Arizona, saw this firsthand as he waded deeper into professional career. Hope is likely most well known for his work within the field of mobile communications, primarily through the company that he founded named JAWA, but he has been working extensively to both broaden his appeal and dig deeper into concepts that are clearly going to be important in the future. For that reason, Jason Hope reached out to the SENS Foundation out of California in order to pledge a massive donation to help the company push forward with more life-changing research.
Before we leap into what Jason Hope is doing with the SENS Foundation, let’s first step back and look at where Hope has come from throughout his career. Jason Hope was born and raised in Arizona, growing up in Tempe. He would go on to attend Arizona State University before scoring his MBA from the WP Carey School of Business. Hope, like many people in his generation, grew up fascinated by technology in all of its various forms and facets Hope wouldn’t wait long in order to jump into his career, employing entrepreneurial skills in order to find early success in mobile communication.
After establishing JAWA, Hope would turn to making partnerships and handing out grants to companies that needed a little bit of a kickstart. This decision would lead Hope to seriously analyze what it means to work alongside individuals in developing their ideas. With this line of thought in his mind, Hope would eventually discover the SENSF foundation — a non-profit organization based out of California that is exclusively focused on pioneering rejuvenating medicine for age-related illness. The SENS Foundation struck a chord with Hope who saw a real future in the field of biotechnology.
Hope wouldn’t let his fascinating for the SENS Foundation fall by the way. Instead, Hope immediately got involved. Jason Hope would meet Dr. Aubrey de Grey, one of the lead medical professionals at the SENS Foundation, and that would lead him to writing a check for $500,000 as a donation. Hope’s donation would be immediately put to use by the SENS Foundation in order to focus on their research in a few key fields. Among these fields, Hope’s donation will be used for fighting Arteriosclerosis. Hope’s work with the SENS Foundation is just getting started.
About Jason Hope: medium.com/@jasonhope
SWball March 24, 2018