Aubrey Blanche-Sarellano

Aubrey Blanche-Sarellano

Founder of The Mathpath VP of Equitable Operations, Culture Amp

Aubrey Blanche-Sarellano is The Mathpath (Math Nerd + Empath), VP of Equitable Operations at Culture Amp, and a startup investor and advisor. Through all her work, she seeks to question, reimagine, and redesign the systems and practices that surround us to ensure that all people can access equitable opportunities and build a better world. Her work is undergirded by her training in social scientific methods and grounded in the fundamental dignity and value of every person. Her professional expertise covers a broad range of equitable enterprise operations, from talent lifecycle programs and accessible product development to event design and communications & media. Her work to build equity into the core of business includes current focuses in environmental, social, and governance issues; people operations; and DEI product and go-to-market strategy.


She is the inventor of the balanced teams approach to building proportional representation and a culture of belonging in the workplace. She works to open source these methods for all practitioners and business leaders, and releases thought leadership and tools to create positive change at


She is an advisor / investor to a variety of companies seeking to build a more just world, including OnRamp, Seed&Spark, Stark, Joonko, and Pivot Diversity.


Her work has been featured in Wired, the Wall Street Journal, the Australian Financial Review, USA Today, Re/Code, First Round Review, and more. She also has previous academic affiliations with Stanford and Northwestern, and an appointment at the Equity by Design Lab at the Stanford Graduate School of Business. Despite the accolades listed here, she asks that you engage with her work to judge her competence: traditional proxies of merit and/or competence help reinforce the systems that keep incredible people from the opportunities they deserve.