Who is Ginger Luckey? Wiki, Bio, Matt Gaetz’s Fiancée, Family, Career, Net Worth, Many More Facts You Need To Know

Ginger Luckey
Ginger Luckey

Ginger Luckey Wiki – Ginger Luckey Bio

Ginger Luckey is a California-based financial analyst and the fiance of Florida US Representative Matt Gaetz. Gaetz, a 38-year-old member of the House of Representatives Judicial Committee, sparked excitement on Twitter when he proposed to his 26-year-old girlfriend on Wednesday evening, December 30th. Fox News presenter and ex-judge Jeanine Pirro, who attended the meeting, shared a photo congratulating the couple.

The photo, shared around 8:30 p.m., shows Gaetz embracing his new fiancée with the caption: “Congressman @mattgaetz asked and Ginger said ‘yes.’”

Ginger Luckey Education

According to LinkedIn, Luckey earned a bachelor’s degree from the University of California at Santa Barbara from 2012 to 2016.

She studied economics and accounting and joined the university sailing team.

Luckey’s LinkedIn also states that he studied abroad in Italy and France.


Ginger Luckey Work

Luckey has been working at Apeel, a California-based company dedicated to reducing food waste for the past four years, according to LinkedIn. He has been in his current role, a financial analyst position described as “Analyst, Sales Operations and Activation” since June of this year.

According to Apeel’s website, the company “made [our mission] to build a barrier that could be applied to fruit and vegetables using edible materials that could slow the rate of spoilage.”

Luckey leads LinkedIn “Sales Operations team supporting sales activation, business analysis and tools for the commercial team.”

The page continues “Manages sales forecasting processes, provides dashboards and reports to the sales team, and reports to company stakeholders on team performance.”

Luckey worked as a sailing coach at Long Beach Alamitos Bay Yacht Club from 2008-2013, according to LinkedIn.

LinkedIn worked with high school students to help them develop and develop their racing skills “both in the bay and in open ocean waters.”

The pages “planned and integrated daily training sessions, on-water exercises, training races, as well as boat race coaching at local and national events.”

According to a 2014 New York Post article Ginger Luckey is the sister of Palmer Luckey, founder of Oculus VR and designer of Oculus Rift – a virtual reality head-mounted display that led the industry in 2012.

The New York Post wrote: “[Palmer] Luckey was interested in technology from an early age, friends and family said,”

Luckey’s sister Ginger remembers her brother showing the kids how to make watches out of potatoes in the park. “He’s always been doing such things,” she said. “He was the king of cows,” she added jokingly.

Palmer Luckey sold his company to Facebook for $ 2 billion in 2014, according to CNBC, and has since founded Anduril Industries, a “defense technology startup focused on national security and artificial intelligence.”

In 2016, Forbes listed Palmer Luckey at 22nd place in America’s Richest Under-40 Entrepreneurs ranking, and as of December 12, 2016, it cited a net worth of $ 730 million.

Luckey has a notable presence online and runs multiple social media accounts, including YouTube, TikTok, Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.

While some are more active than others, Luckey runs a food Instagram username @ingeeats_sb. His wife, who has about 900 followers, shares must-see restaurants in Santa Barbara. She also highlights which restaurants offer coronavirus-related catering or takeaway menus.

The page also has a section dedicated to Black-owned restaurants.

Matt Gaetz’s Fiancée

The tweet has garnered more than 25,000 likes since then and calls for a mixed bag of responses from support to criticism.

Though Gaetz has said in the past that he likes to keep his private life private, Twitter users quickly identified his relationship with his future spouse as Ginger Luckey, and especially with American entrepreneur Palmer Luckey.

“Apparently, Ginger Luckey, the sister of this right-wing donor and former Facebook manager Palmer Luckey,” wrote one user.