Get to know us
Co-Founder & CEO
Julie Lam – Co-founder and CEO of Goodegg Investments –has been investing in real estate since 2009. During that time, she has focused mostly on buy-and-hold rentals, private lending, passive investing through real estate syndications, and active multifamily investing. She has focused on implementing strategic methods to grow her wealth using various alternative investment strategies that have allowed her to leverage money and time so that she can spend more time with her 3 children.
Prior to transitioning full time to real estate, Julie most recently spent over 7 years working in Silicon Valley at one of the most prestigious law firms in the world. She received her B.A. in Technical and Professional Writing from San Francisco State University and also attended law school in San Francisco, CA.
Founder & Chief Brand Officer
Annie Dickerson – Founder and Chief Brand Officer at Goodegg Investments – has invested in multifamily real estate since 2008. Her current portfolio spans multiple markets around the country and includes both active and passive investments. Annie specializes in strategic brand initiatives, investor education and outreach, and branding and marketing.
Together, Julie and Annie are the creators of the #1 capital raising program for aspiring syndicators – The Real Estate Accelerator, hosts of the Life & Money Show podcast, and authors of the book Investing For Good: How To Build Wealth While Also Making An Impact.
Annie started her career as a 4th grade teacher with Teach For America, then went on to study game design in order to create educational games. From there, she became an instructional designer and eventually a creative director in the learning and development space, where she created gamified training programs for companies like Google, LinkedIn, L’Oréal, American Express, The Ritz-Carlton, and more.
Annie graduated magna cum laude from the University of Pennsylvania with a degree in psychology and currently lives in the San Francisco Bay Area with her husband and two kids.