Nick Walters established Stone-Adams after a successful period of service as the State Director of USDA Rural Development in Mississippi. After his appointment to this position by President George W. Bush, Nick soon realized the need to integrate multiple sources of funding to make projects successful. He also knows the value of a well-placed network of professionals who understand the nuances of how governments operate and purchase good and services.
Stone-Adams works with non-profits, manufacturers, local governments, hospitals and small businesses across the United States and some internationally to locate grants, access to capital and incentives like tax credits and other programs. They are a “one-stop, one-shop” source for funding.
Stone-Adams also helps clients and corporations navigate the road from ideas to full scale production complete with selecting a site to stacking incentives.
Nick was the first person in the country to receive the designation as a Development Finance Certified Professional from the Council of Development Finance Agencies. He holds a bachelor’s and master’s degrees in history from Mississippi College and is an adjunct history professor for Belhaven University.