Meet Our Board of Directors
The Santa Fe Lacrosse Board of Directors is committed to growing the sport of lacrosse in New Mexico and building community across Santa Fe.
Sid Monroe - CHAIR
Sid Monroe played Lacrosse and Hockey in high school and college in New York and Connecticut, and moved to Santa Fe a few years before SFLAX began in 2006. He has been a youth coach, high school coach, member of the SFLAX Board, and President; in addition to serving as past-President of the New Mexico Lacrosse Association.
Connor Browne - vice chair
I’m from Pittsburgh. I didn’t play growing up, but my brother played in high school and college. My daughters Juliette and Pippa love the sport. I first picked up a girls stick as they started playing - and haven’t put it down. My favorite lacrosse play is our 14U girls “Applesauce.” You’ll have to come play with us to learn more! The sport has been awesome for my daughters. They have learned teamwork, the value of hard work, and have built resilience and character on the field. Words of wisdom? Be kind!
Tim Farrell - Treasurer
Tim has served on the SFLAX Board since 2014 as Treasurer and coached U12 Boys from 2015 -2019. A native Long Island and New Yorker, he felt duty bound to pay his lax high school and college experiences forward here in Santa Fe! Tim and his wife Kristina Alley relocated from NYC in 2008 and their son Nicholas came up through SFLAX and then the Santa Fe High School programs and their daughter Linnea also played at SFLAX and is currently a Junior at Santa Fe Prep and plays on the Prep team.
Ocean Munds-Dry is Associate General Counsel for Civitas Resources Managing Counsel where she advises the company on legal and regulatory matters in New Mexico. Previously, she was Managing Counsel - Lower 48 for ConocoPhillips and before that, in private practice. Before law school, Ocean was a constituent services representative for U.S. Senator Jeff Bingaman. Ocean achieved her J.D. from UNM Law in 2004. Ocean is better known as "Team Mom" to SFLAX where she supported the girls' team coaches and players for several years. Now that her daughter has graduated from the SFLAX program, Ocean enjoys supporting the SFLAX program and its mission as a whole. Ocean is also a member of the Santa Fe Prep Booster Board and NDI-NM. Ocean and her husband Randy can be found on any given weekend cheering their kids on at various sporting events. And if they have any spare time, they might sneak in a run, hike, ski or bike in the beautiful Santa Fe outdoors.
Katie Arnold has been coaching for SFLAX since 2017, and her two daughters have both come up through the program. Katie played Division III lacrosse at Middlebury College, and started a girls’ lacrosse team at her high school in New Jersey that has since grown to become of the state’s most competitive teams. Katie is a writer, journalist, competitive ultra runner and the author of the books Running Home and Brief Flashings in the Phenomenal World. The former managing editor of Outside Magazine, she has lived in Santa Fe since 1995, and is committed to growing the sport of girls’ lacrosse in New Mexico through her work on Santa Fe Lacrosse Board of Directors.
I started playing Lacrosse in junior high in Dix Hills, NY, and was a defensive player at Half Hollow Hills High School on Long Island. I continued playing in college at Alfred University, school of art and design in western NY. I played some club Lacrosse during graduate school in Missoula, Montana, and again in Santa Fe in the late 90s. My favorite move or moves in lacrosse is watching a defensive player use their feet to turn back an attacking player. In 2012, I talked with Sid Monroe about coaching with SFLAX and have enjoyed watching the growth of players as well as the program over the years. Words of wisdom? Always be a respectful competitor.
I grew up in Westchester, NY and my mom organized our recreational youth league for lacrosse. Although football was my personal passion, I always played lacrosse in the spring and on some amazing teams, narrowly losing our hyper competitive section championship to Yorktown (perennial powerhouse) my senior year. My love of the game only increased when my brother was recruited to UVA to play and eventually was the captain for their 2003 championship team! I played club lacrosse at UNC and then put my stick down for a decade as I pursued my career in family medicine. I met my amazing wife Lauren in Rochester, NY where we went to grad school, then we lived in Tacoma, Washington for my medical residency before moving to Santa Fe in 2015. We have two awesome kids - Sam (9) and Lilly (6) - who are budding laxers. I have been involved as an assistant coach for the Wolverines and youth boys since 2023 and have been so inspired by Mark and the rest of the wonderful organization here and am so proud to be able to share my love of the sport with you all.
Anna Sullivan Reiser
Anna grew up in Brookline, MA, and Woodstock, VT, and played Division III soccer and lacrosse at Trinity College, a member of the NESCAC league. She was co-captain of both varsity teams her senior year. A lifelong athlete, she loves to ski, play tennis/paddle/pickle, and get outside with her two young sons, Max, and Freddie. Anna is a writer and licensed mental health therapist. She is passionate about working with at-risk youth. Previously, she worked as a counselor at the Santa Fe Mountain Center, and the Santa Fe and Albuquerque juvenile detention centers. Over the years, she has volunteered as a soccer and lacrosse coach for many elementary and high school teams in her community. Words of wisdom? Laughter is always the best medicine.