Marce is an experienced business owner with clients ranging from universities, not-for-profit organizations, F2000 companies, government institutions to start-ups. She brings a deep knowledge of both qualitative and quantitative methods to her strategy work and CFO/Bookkeeping practices. She helps clients grasp opportunities for growth by developing business strategies and internal processes necessary to address such opportunities. She has worked for global companies such as UNICEF, National Institute for the Indians in Mexico, IBM, and several leading Universities and Museums in Mexico, Europe and USA.
Marce has been an instructor for the past 10 years for the Rutgers University Entrepreneurship Pioneers Initiative (EPI) program and is a business and financial coach for the NJSBDC and Rising Tide Capital. Her company, Jalima Aranis/Jalima & Associates advises large US and foreign companies interested in continuous improvements and efficiencies as well as provides CFO/Bookkeeping services to small businesses and no-for-profits in the USA. Marce has received numerous awards including the Rutgers Entrepreneurship Ellis Still EPI award, Leading Women Entrepreneurs, The Einstein Immigrant Entrepreneur of the Year, and Mentor of the Year Award. Marce serves on the Advisory Board of the Market Research Center at Seton Hall University and is a Money Manager for the State of NJ through Senior and Disabilities Services. Marce launched in 2012 JALIMA Talent Collaboration Tool, apersonality assessment and workshop program that helps companies create better teams in their workforce. Through her work and long tenure at AFS Intercultural Programs, Marce has published several handouts on international relations, communication and cultural differences among countries. Her University Thesis was entitled “An Application of Linear Algebra Focused inunderstanding Genetics.”