Marc Aarons, CSA
President & Founder
Marc is a Certified Senior Advisor who has extensively studied the financial, physical, emotional and personal issues affecting today’s business owners, executives, and seniors (including the financial demands linked to increased longevity).
Since Marc speaks fluent Japanese, Money Managers Inc. also focuses on advising Nikkei business owners. In addition to holding a degree in international economic relations from Oklahoma State University, Marc also holds a certificate in Asian Studies from Kyoto University. While living in Japan, he earned a black belt in judo, and studied Japanese language, culture, government, history, and literature. His knowledge of world markets is especially important in today's volitile global economy.
Marc’s character has been heavily influenced by his lifelong involvement with the Boy Scouts of America. He continues his association with Scouting today as an active participant in international Scouting projects and committees. He is on the National Committee for BSA, and is Vice Chairman for Awards and Recognition for the Reltionship Committee for Jewish Scouting. He also serves as the Boy Scouts’ International Committee Chairman for Orange County, CA. Marc has been awarded many of Scouting’s highest honors. He is an Eagle Scout with three Silver Palms and a recipient of the Silver Beaver, and King Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden personally presented him with the Baden-Powell World Fellowship.
Recently, he flew to Germany to receive the International Scouter’s Award, and South Africa to advise on Scouting projects. He is also a recipient of Rotary International’s Cliff Dochterman Award, recognizing him as a role model who has provided distinguished and dedicated service.
Marc is the President for 2009-2010 of the Rotary Club of Newport-Balboa.