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Welcome to The Relish. No, seriously—you’re welcome here.

It's a condiment for our favorite sports food. It's a word that expresses our love of the game. It's a new voice for female fans.

There are no pop-quizzes to prove you’re a fan. No judgment on what sports you obsess over or why.

The Relish celebrates all that we love about sports telling stories on the field and off, from fans and for fans.

We wear our true colors—and our hearts—on our [insert your team’s color combo here] sleeves.

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 Ashley Wellington-Fahey Co-Founder + CEO


Ashley kicked off her career with her dream team, the Seattle Mariners — after being told all throughout childhood and college that a job in sports was crazy. She then worked with the SF Giants, later moving into online media with Pandora, The Weather Channel and several startups before founding The Relish. Her walk-up song is Queen Bey's “Run the World (Girls).”



In her decade-long media career, Lisa was a part time Bieber Whisperer, produced an Emmy-winning doc about the Brooklyn Cyclones, ran social media for Katie Couric and was most recently the editorial director at Brit + Co. Syracuse will forever be her team and her walk-up song is "Toxic" by Britney Spears.


Maira has been dedicated to the technology field for over 30 years and led the team of engineers that delivered Pandora's Thumbprint Radio. Maira is passionate about diversity in technology and regularly speaks at Bay Area events on the topic. She loves the Olympics and her walk-up music is "I Will Survive."