Four Corners Foundation appoints new director

The Daily Times staff

FARMINGTON — The Four Corners Foundation has appointed Amy Williams as the organization's new executive director.

The nonprofit organization, founded by Dr. Matthew deKay, collaborates with other groups to address issues in the community.

Williams served since 2011 as the children’s director at First United Methodist Church. In 2014, she established an after-school program to serve low-income families.

She earned a master’s degree in business administration in 2012.

The foundation also has a new board member, Ron Price.

Price, the owner of Productive Outcomes Inc., offers dispute resolution, coaching and training. He is also executive director of the Four Corners Coalition for Marriage and Family and serves on the board for the Four Corners Conference for Professional Development and the San Juan Regional Medical Center Corp.

Currently, the Four Corners Foundation is working with Byron’s House of Hope to offer services, such as housing, job assistance and therapy, for non-violent patrolled men.

For more information on the foundation, go to or call 505-427-0507.