Stuart and In Place Impact continue to train and certify who wish to build their own "In Place" consulting companies to embed Impact Economics in their communities.
Stuart continues to consult to corporations and governments on how to build communities that are economically, socially, and environmentally sustainable for ALL of their residents.
Stuart continues to teach the ImpactX classes at the College of Charleston, the free community ImpactX class, and the ImpactX class at the local prison. He is also instrumental in launching the "Innovate to Graduate" syllabus for students in 3rd through 12th grades.
He also continues to run his Charleston ImpactX Incubator that helps innovations formed in his student and free community classes get to market and scale. Plus, he continues to run the Rebecca and Stuart Williams Impact Scholars Program at The College of Charleston.
Stuart is about to publish his book "Pimping Poverty" which is named after the term community leaders use to describe NGOs that leverage poverty to receive donations that never make it to their intended targets.
If he had not already cemented the fact that he will never again be invited to speak at an NGO, Change Maker, “Savior”, or Federal Government event, his new book will undoubtedly seal his fate.