Ed Swiderski

Ed Swiderski Biography(Courtesy Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia)

Ed Swiderski (born July 20, 1979) is an American technology consultant who was the winner on season 5 of the reality TV show The Bachelorette.

Early life and career

Swiderski was born in Monroe, Michigan and attended Erie-Mason High School. While attending Michigan State University, he began working as a technology intern at Voyager.net. After graduating with a Bachelor of Science in Information Technology Management, Swiderski went on to work in a variety of capacities throughout the technology industry including NuSoft and Microsoft. Currently, he operates Kambio Group with Jess Loren, a technology company that assists businesses, and speaks at media and technology conferences throughout the country.

Education technology nonprofit

Swiderski co-founded the non-profit Global Education Open Technology Foundation GEOTF, which promotes open standards in education that improves the quality of life of underprivileged students around the world.

Reality television

Swiderski appeared as a contestant in the fifth season of the ABC reality show The Bachelorette. He left the competition on episode 5 to focus on his job with Microsoft, but returned on episode 7. Swiderski went on to win the competition, and became engaged to Bachelorette Jillian Harris. The couple split in 2010. He then went on to compete on season 3 of Bachelor Pad.

Other media

After The Bachelorette, Swiderski continued to be in the public eye, appearing on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, and Entertainment Tonight. Currently, Swiderski blogs for ChicagoNow, and assists at SocialTechPop with Loren and Justin DiSandro.

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