Alejandro played lacrosse at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and is eager to build Cambridge Youth Lacrosse into the program that he wished he had as a kid. He is a native New Yorker, but an ardent supporter and coach of Cambridge Youth Sports.
Frederica is a native of Cambridge, MA and the mother of a 12 year-old lacrosse player. She earned her BS from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and her MBA from The Wharton School and is eager to help support Cambridge Youth Lacrosse to the best of her abilities.
Courtney grew up in the suburbs of Boston and is the mom of a U13 lacrosse player. She is a graduate of Brown University and Harvard Law, and has been involved with the Head of the Charles Regatta for nearly two decades, as both the volunteer coordinator (10 years) and a current member of the Race Committee. She is very excited to be a part of Cambridge Youth Lacrosse.
Suzannah grew up playing lacrosse in Philadelphia and played varsity lacrosse in high school. At Brown University, she decided to sail competitively and was a two time All American. Suzannah has a 13 year-old son and a 9 year-old daughter, both of whom love to play. She looks forward to getting back out onto the lacrosse field and helping build the Cambridge Youth Lacrosse program.
Matt began playing lacrosse as a high schooler in Wayland, MA. As a senior he was named a Dual County league all-star and captained a team that qualified for the state tournament for the first time in the program’s history. He is a graduate of Skidmore College where he played four seasons as a long stick middie for the Thoroughbreds. He has 4 years of experience coaching youth lacrosse at the primary school level. Matt is the father of two boys, both of whom participate in the Cambridge youth lacrosse program.
Chloe was born and raised in Cambridge and is the mom to four Cambridge Youth Lacrosse players. Her husband has served as an assistant coach for the boys' teams for the past five seasons. When she's not cheering for her kids on the lacrosse field, she runs Riverside Nutrition, a nutrition and wellness private practice.
Towne Williams was born and raised in small-town Texas before graduating from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill as a Journalism major. After several years working in public relations for a national advertising agency in Austin, Towne and her husband moved to Cambridge in 2005. Towne is now mom to four children, all of whom are avid participants in Cambridge youth sports. Her children have enjoyed many Spring and Fall days on the lacrosse fields of Danehy. Towne looks forward to dedicating time to CYL as a board member in addition to helping with Sponsorship.
Laurens is a former high school, collegiate and post collegiate lacrosse player who is a big fan of the game. A Cambridge resident, Laurens is the father of two girls (6 & 9) who both participate in CYL.
Louise (Weezie) Goff grew up in Cambridge playing lacrosse for her elementary school, and she continued to play through highschool. She was an assistant coach for the 2019 season for U9 girls lacrosse. She also coached, alongside Laurens Goff and Josy Raycroft, U9 fall ball for the past two years. Her daughters are both in the program, in U9 and U11. Weezie is a residential Architect.
Genevieve grew up playing lacrosse in the greater Boston area, including captaining her teams in high school and college. She was recognized collegiately as league MVP her senior year, and has never lost her love of the game. Genevieve has three children who are avid Cambridge sports participants, including two who play with CYL. She is very excited to be a new member of the CYL leadership team and a returning coach to the younger players.