The early life and education
Born in Arizona, Jason Hope has always had a passion for technology and to help the community in any capacity. He did his undergraduate degree in Finance at Arizona State University before advancing to Business management from the Carey School of Business. During his studies, Jason had a deep interest in technology. Having grown up in Tempe, Jason has remained a true native of Arizona from his birth. He also had a deep interest in politics especially the issues that affected the State of Arizona.
How Jason developed a grant program
As a student, Jason Hope realized how hard it is for students to save money and start up businesses. Coming up with a business idea is another big challenge, but he asserts that several people have the ideas but are not favored by current economy. In the bid to help these students grow in business, Jason set up a website where people could share ideas, and he picks the ones that he can fund. His main interest has been technology, and to this date, Jason has helped a large number of students to realize their goals as entrepreneurs. From the current state of the world, Jason Hope sees technology as the next big thing in the entire world.
Jason Hope’s selection of ideas
Before settling on an idea, hope first looks at the long term effects that the investment would have on the people. Jason Hope greatest focus is in the community. The investments which he undertakes must include something that benefits the society since this is one of the ways to give back to the people of Arizona.
The kinds of projects that Jason supports
In several occasions, Jason Hope confirms that most of his selections are based on ideas that affect humans directly. Recently, Jason became one of the people that funded the project on medical research which slows the rate of aging. The research was done by SENS Research Foundation, and because of their innovative idea, it received a lot of support from people with like minds, Jason included. The fact that the invention would help the society was one of the reasons for Jason to pick it up.
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