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Jason Hope, Helping Make Breakthroughs In Anti-Aging Research

Jason Hope is a successful entrepreneur and philanthropist in Scottsdale, Arizona. His true passion is the research that has been done at the SENS Foundation located in Mountain View, CA. The foundation focuses on developing treatments to help people live a better quality of life. They take a different approach to anti-aging by finding cures for diseases such as heart disease, lung disease, and Alzheimer’s. Instead of treating the disease after is happens, SENS is dedicated to stopping them from ever happening. Jason Hope Helps Push Anti-Aging Efforts Forward

Jason Hope gave a generous donation of $500,000 to the SENS Foundation to aid in their rejuvenation biotechnology research. He has studied Dr. Aubrey de Grey’s work extensively and believes his ideas are the only way to make advancements in treating human aging. Jason’s donation will help the SENS Foundation drive faster results. It will allow them to progress in their work with breaking molecular bonds that create arteriosclerosis. The disease causes a spike in blood pressure and hardening of the arteries in the elderly. It can also cause diabetes and the aging of the skin.Entrepreneur Jason Hope Invests in Research Against Aging

Jason Hope is involved in several organizations that focus on scientific research in biotechnology, disease prevention, and education. Jason Hope’s Hard Line Stance on the Internet of Things He supports The Mark Wahlberg Youth Foundation, the Boys and Girls Club, The Tony Hawk Foundation, The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society’s Desert Mountain States Chapter, T Gen Foundation, Worldwide Orphans Foundation, The Andre Agassi Foundation, Family Health International, True Colors Fund, the Arizona Science Center, Teach for America Phoenix, and the International Foundation for Education and Self Help.Understanding the Internet-of-Things Revolution: A quick guide for thriving in the IoT era Jason Hope inspires others to follow their passion and seek out a charitable organization that has the same values. It’s not only about donating money, you can donate your free time to help with the organizations efforts. You can research national organization’s that have local branches in your area. Scottsdale Philanthropist Jason Hope Helps Pioneering Nonprofit Fight Aging

Susan McGalla Is Excited About The New Pittsburgh Steeler Experience

Susan McGalla is a branding specialist who currently manages the pro shops and fan memorabilia departments of the NFL’s Pittsburgh Steelers. She’s been at work not only having jerseys and even retro gear designed to appeal to different fan demographics, but she also has been doing things to the Steeler’s pro shop and its website. The in-store experience in the pro shop has been enhanced by having decor giving fans the feeling of walking into a football world and is tailored to making their experience one that they’ll want to take photos of and share with others. The website has been customized to having new navigation panes and is much more friendly now to mobile devices. McGalla has over 30 years of experience in delivering apparel and company branding strategies.

Susan McGalla got her business degree from Mount Union College in Ohio but moved to Pittsburgh in 1984 where she first brought her product strategy ideas to the Joseph Horne company. 10 years later she joined the corporate merchandising department at American Eagle Outfitters where she was in charge of rolling out different women’s attire. She offered a lot of fresh marketing ideas during her time there and earned a promotion from Regional Merchandising Officer to Chief Merchandising Officer and company president. The company grew in both size and sales and saw an increase particularly in female customers during her time there. After 16 years of serving at American Eagle, McGalla moved on to other business consulting gigs. She has previously been on the Board of Directors at HFF Inc., a former member of the Allegheny Conference on Community Development and is currently a consultant at P3 Executive Consulting when she isn’t busy in her role at the Pittsburgh Steeler’s merchandising department.

McGalla has told news outlets inquiring about her rise to executive position that she has never used gender as a means to try and gain an advantage. She says her parents always taught her that being a female gave her no privilege and she knew she would need to work as hard as her two older brothers to succeed in life. McGalla continues to bring this message in her mentoring conferences and blogs that she publishes directed at women in business.