It was clear that she loved her job and she was one of the best in her profession which led her to travel the world. She travelled to Italy where she met some of her distant relatives. She worked for the Public Works as vice-president. Giulia Guarino was the founder and leader of the association of women graduates in the University, deepening the study of public health, social welfare, cultural life, international understanding for the protection of female workers, representing Uruguay and Peru at a congress held in Paris the same year, splitting into a series of conferences held in the auditorium of the University along with other brave women
In one of her interventions on (Mundo Operaio) in 1958, she declared: "In my life there is something more, what I consider the most important. The three children of my brother were left without a mother, and so became mine. I take care of them as my own children and they love me like they really are. Them, with their children, have filled this house. This is my main triumph and encloses my happiness".