Jason Hope was the subject of a recent Engadget article. A philanthropist and futurist, Hope is a leader that sees promise in technology and science.
Writing for Engadget, Jesse Boskoff detailed some of the thoughts of Hope on the controversial Internet of Things. Hope believes in the promise of the Internet of Things, seeing potential for social betterment in persistent, ubiquitous connectivity. This foresight is what makes Jason Hope the sort of leader that will push society forward into new territory.
Hope works as a consultant and entrepreneur. He boasts a bachelor’s degree in finance and a master’s degree in business administration from Arizona State University. Hope is an Arizona native that operates out of the Tempe area. His education and business acumen makes him an invaluable aide to businesses looking to modernize or remain modern in an increasingly digital world.
In addition to his career in business Hope lends his talents and resources in the form of philanthropy. He has pledged over $500,000 to the SENS Foundation to help combat age-related illness and continues to offer grants to individuals and groups that present new and unique ideas about business and technology. Hope’s charitable contributions set him apart from his peers as a man whose kindness and sagacity benefit us all.