Jason Hope’s Research Contributions

Jason Hope, a prominent Arizona philanthropist, has long embraced and supported the scientific community through generous donations with the intent to fund research that would aid people in living longer. One such organization that has benefited from him as a benefactor is the SENS Foundation. In 2010, Jason Hope donated $500,000 to the SENS Foundation, a nonprofit led and co-founded by Aubrey de Grey. Both Aubrey de Gray and Jason Hope believe that through science, reversing aging is a real outcome on the horizon. Hope’s approach is that there is much that can be done to prevent diseases such as Alzheimer’s rather than only focusing research on treating diseases associated with aging after they have manifested.

A graduate of Arizona State University and W.P. Carey School of Business, Hope is very influential in a variety of medical and educational nonprofits such as the Boys and Girls Club, Teach for America, and Family Health International. Jason Hope actively supports innovation and anyone who is attending university or high school who has an innovative idea can apply on his website for a grant to implement their idea. Connectivity for Life: Jason Hope Predicts the Future of the Internet of Things

Not only is Hope a noted philanthropist, he has also published a new book, Understanding the Internet-of-Things Revolution: A quick guide for thriving in the IoT era, which examines the interconnection of the network of technological devices that now encompass almost every aspect of daily life. Hope’s book is prescient, as it discusses how users can protect themselves and and be responsible with using these interconnected devices. As more and more people are connected each day, and with breaches such as what recently happened with a large social media company, Jason Hope’s insights on responsible technology use is something that everyone should take heed of and incorporate in their daily lives. Jason Hope Pledges $500,000

Jason Hope has had a tremendous impact on the community through his active funding of anti-aging scientific research and the plethora of other causes that he supports. He actively encourages others to be philanthropists, and serves as an example of what one person can do to improve the world. Through his donations, it may one day be possible for scientists to discover how to prevent Alzheimer’s rather than solely treat the symptoms, increasing quality of life for many potential patients around the world. IoT Futurist Jason Hope Parallels Challenges of Cryptocurrency and IOT as Industry Values Rise

Dallas Area Bank Sponsors Dallas Women’s Foundation Event

NexBank SSB is a popular Dallas, Texas, branch of regional banks. In October 2017 they sponsored the annual luncheon that his held by the Dallas Women’s Foundation. This was the foundations 32nd year of holding the luncheon and it was attended by many women business, community, and civic leader from the region. In order to advance the economic security of women, and help them attain positions of leadership, NexBank also provided them with a check in the amount of $100,000.

This event was held at the Hilton Anatole Hotel. There were a number of women business leaders who spoke at the event, including Dr. Hope Jahren was was the keynote speaker. She is a scientist who has won several awards and is also a best-selling author who has written several books. In addition to live attendance, there was also a live stream of the event which was seen by 10,000 students who go to school in North Texas.

Each year over 1300 women attend this event. The Dallas Women’s Foundation is the largest regional women’s fund on the planet and has been advocating for issues important to women and girls for many years.

NexBank was founded in 1922. It provides its services to corporations, institutional clients, and financial institutions across America. It is a subsidiary of NexBank Capital. Inc. and is also a member of the FDIC. It has two branches in Dallas, one on McKinney Avenue (which also serves as its headquarters), and one on Luther Lane. It has about $7.6 billion in assets and earns around $81.6 million a year. These figures place it as the 11th biggest banking firm in the state of Texas.

In addition to corporate banking services, NexBank also has personal banking. They offer savings and checking accounts to their customers. They have also provided mortgages for many of the homeowners in and around Dallas, Texas. They can offer several varieties of mortgages including conventional loans which can be ARMS and fixed-rate. They also handle FHA and VA Loans. For those who are buying an expensive home they also provide Jumbo Mortgages for when the balance exceeds $424,100.