"Not long after I got home, I was given the opportunity to kind of switch gears a little bit," she told reporters Tuesday. "I'm not really in the trenches at work anymore, so I'm able to work kind of more behind-the-scenes. And it's affording me the flexibility to work from anywhere."
Still, she's planning to get involved with Soules' family business too: farming. Soules, 33, who gushed about his fiancee's organizational skills and attention to detail, said there are a number of ways she can get involved.
"She's a talented, driven person," he said, adding that her outgoing personality will be an asset to the business side of things. "Whatever she can bring to the table is exciting."
Added Bischoff: "I'm not afraid to get my hands dirty. I'm definitely ready to get there and I want to help where I can."