Category Archives: Philanthropy

Jason Hope: Making Scottsdale A Better Place

Jason Hope has plans for making Scottsdale a better place with a bright future. His is heavily involved in research and development of mobile apps, desktop software, gaming software, and devices which enhance individuals lives by connecting them with others using technology to make their lives easier and more enjoyable.

Jason Hope is a futurist who works with businesses and individuals helping them move in the right direction when it comes to planning and developing technical advancements. He believes he has what it takes to support and cultivate young entrepreneurs as they enter the vast world of technology. Often new arrivals to this field have great ideas but not the experience or capital needed to bring ideas to fruition. He works with high school seniors and college students by offering grants and assisting them with their technology goals.

Arizona holds a special place in Jason’s heart because he grew in Temple and attended Arizona State University earning a degree in finance, and an MBA from Arizona State University’s W.P. Carey School of Business. He believes education is vital for economic, social, and health reform. Jason Hope continues to be a supporter of underserved schools and students to ensure everyone has access to a quality education.

Jason Hope’s dedication to making the world a better place has lead him to support research done by the SENS foundation. This organization conducts research on anti aging and allowing for better quality of life. Through their research, they focus on finding cures for diseases that break down our body causing it to age faster. Current medicine focuses on treatment, but the SENS foundation wants to prevent diseases like Alzheimer’s and heart and lung disease from happening to begin with. If scientific research can be innovative and challenge modern thinking there is no limit to where this can lead.

How Has Technologist Eric Pulier Changed The Game

Technology is one of the most popular and profitable industries in the world with well over a billion dollars in profits. Did you know that many of today’s technological features are used for convenience rather than used to solve problems. That’s right! Smart Phones, Computers, HDTV’s and many more devices are made from the best technological components. Many of the technological devices or products that helps society in-general never seems to get reported on. These products can solve problems in just about any field of work, but still they seem to be overshadowed by the norm. Have you ever heard of a guy named Eric Pulier? Did you know that e has made a huge contribution to society (via) innovative technology?

Eric Pulier is in a class by himself when it comes to getting thing achieved. His brain is his weapon of choice and he uses it to the best of his abilities. Pulier has always had a love for technology since a young age. In high school he started his own computer database company, but in the fourth grade he programmed his very first computer. The foundation was laid early on in life, but who knew this Teaneck, New Jersey native would take things to this level. People Doing Things was one of Pulier’s companies that used advanced technology to directly solve issues in education and healthcare. He also used innovation by creating a live feed of the space shuttle. This live feed allowed astronauts to have interactions with earth in real-time. This was far ahead of it’s time and it gave Pulier critically acclaimed notoriety. Just a few of his accomplishments is much more than 95% of what the people in the world has accomplished. Philanthropy was always a part of his character as he’s donated hundreds of thousands of dollars to charitable organizations. 2010’s “U.S. Doctors For Africa” named Pulier as the top billed honoree for bringing much needed technological to underprivileged communities in Africa.

Eric Pulier is an American Icon either way you look at it. He might not be as popular has your favorite artist, but he’s done much more for society than any entertainer today.