Our Executive Team

William Small, Jr., President and CEO of the Fountainview Companies, Inc. and its health care company, Fountainview, Inc., where he has done extensive research on appropriate care and facility design for people with Alzheimer’s disease and related disorders. This research led to the development of The Fountainview Center for Alzheimer’s disease. This 120-bed center was the First long term care community in Georgia developed exclusively for individuals with early, mid and late stage Alzheimer’s’ Disease. Mr. Small is frequently consulted on issues regarding Alzheimer’s care and design and has guest lectured of the American Society on Aging, the American Health Care Association, Atlanta Regional Commission and the Alzheimer’s Association. He has served as the chair of the Atlanta Chapter’s Public Policy Committee and chaired the chapter’s Memory Walk from 1995-1997. He is on the Georgia Chapters Board of Governors, where he also chairs the chapters Programs and Services Advisory Committee and served as Statewide Chair for Memory Walk 2004-2005. He served as the President of the Board of Directors of the Joseph B. Whitehead Boys and Girls Club, Director of the Fourth Street Foundation and worked with Habitat for Humanity in Atlanta. He has served as a Member at Large on the Executive Counsel for the Galloway Schools Parent Association: he coaches Youth Baseball and Basketball for the Northridge Youth Organization (NYO). He is a graduate of Lakeside High School and attended the University of Georgia. He is the recipient of the 2013 GHCA Leadership Excellence In Innovation Award for his leadership in developing programs and services that stand out as innovative and unique through encouraging growth and change by finding new ways to improve the lives of residents in long term care. He has one son

Rowland Cocks, CFO, Chief Financial Officer for the Fountain Companies, Inc. He is responsible for managing the financial affairs f the Real Estate Investment Company and The Fountainview Center. He is a graduate of Bob Jones University; hold his B.S. in Accounting and Certified Public Accountant. Rowland has been a long time Atlanta resident. Previous careers he held positions with major corporations as chief CFO, Vice President of Finance, Regional Controller and Senior Auditor. He has served on the Board of Directors for Leading the Way, Geronimo Funds, Family Resource Network and the Vivian Bilby Noble Foundation.

Tedd Watts, RN, LNHA, CDP & Executive Director at The Fountainview Center for Alzheimer's Disease. He oversees the day-to-day operations of the company. He is a licensed Nursing Home Administrator and a Registered Nurse. Additionally, Tedd is a Certified Dementia Practitioner. For over 18 years he has held several regional and divisional healthcare management positions overseeing multiple long-term care facilities in multiple states. Tedd is also a veteran of the United States Marine Corps.