Amazon’s employee roster is already full of talented people with serious accolades. Now you can add a Bachelor winner to that list.
Giudici grew up in Seattle and attended Roosevelt High School before enrolling in Washington State University where she majored in advertising. She then worked at the Wexley School for Girls and Taco Del Mar before ending up at Amazon. Giudici is also a freelance writer for Seattleite, penning blog posts about vegan food. You can check out here design portfolio here.
During the Bachelor hometown visits, Giudici took Lowe to Seattle, where they did the whole fish catching thing at Pike Place Market.
“The proposal of a lifetime,” said Giudici as she rode away with her new fiance on an elephant in Thailand capping the end of the show. “This is the coolest day of my life!”
Whether or not Giudici will stay in Seattle and continue designing at Amazon is up in the air. Lowe said that his fiance will be moving, but didn’t clarify when.
“She has packed her bags, and whatever she does, we are going to do it
together,” he said.
Lowe, actually, should consider joining Giudici in the Emerald City. The Texas native is an entrepreneur — he’s the president of The Factory Girl, a Dallas-based upscale custom online furniture startup. Does he know that Seattle recently ranked 4th as a global startup hub? Dallas did not make the list, by the way.
But anywho, way to rep the 206, Catherine. Congrats on the soon-to-be marriage and here’s hoping it lasts. There’s a lot against you — only three of the show’s 24 “official” couples are still together — but we have faith in our fellow Seattleites.
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