Annie Dickerson of Goodegg Investments Named Real Estate Investor of 2022 by The Motley Fool


SAN FRANCISCO and ALEXANDRIA, Va., March 11, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The Motley Fool, a financial services company founded in 1993 that provides free, premium investment advice to millions of individual investors around the world, today announced the winners of its Women in Investment Awards 2022 to acknowledge Annie Dickerson of Goodegg Investments as a real estate investor of 2022.

“I am incredibly grateful and honored to be recognized as the Motley Fool Real Estate Investor of 2022, especially alongside such illustrious and successful women in investing,” said the co-founder and COO of Goodegg Investments. . Annie Dickerson. “Through the work we do at Goodegg Investments, we are privileged and honored to inspire and empower women, mothers and daughters around the world – to take control of their finances and build a future. best for themselves and their families.”

Studies show that while women have historically achieved better investment outcomes than men, they consistently express less confidence in their investment abilities. Additionally, inequalities in pay and opportunity mean that women must work harder to create wealth for themselves and their families. To encourage more women to begin their investing journey, The Motley Fool recognizes the Women Leaders in Investing for 2022, all of whom align with our mission to make the world smarter, happier and wealthier.

“We are thrilled to launch The Motley Fool’s first ever awards campaign highlighting and honoring 12 inspiring women in investing,” said Rachel Williams, Director of Diversity and Inclusion at The Motley Fool. “While there are so many women who deserve to be recognized for their work in the investment world, our expert panelists have been tasked with identifying a few select winners who embody our same crazy values. We hope these winners will help inspire more women to invest with confidence for the long term.”

The Motley Fools 2022 Women in Investing Award Winners are:

  • Investor of the Year – Cathy Wood
  • Rising star – Tiffany James
  • Investment Podcaster – Farnoosh Torabi
  • Invest YouTuber – Rose Han
  • Investment blogger – Michelle Schroeder-Gardner
  • Investment Writer – Michelle single
  • Blockchain Investor – Kinjal Shah
  • Technology Investor – Beth Kindig
  • Cannabis Investor – Lori Ferrara
  • Real Estate Investor – Annie Dickerson
  • Socially Responsible Investor – Sallie Krawcheck
  • Venture capitalist – Sweet Mary

Between two voting stages, The Motley Fool’s voting panel named and selected this year’s winners. Our editorial and investment experts narrowed each category down to the top three nominees, and the awards committee voted on the nominees using a point allocation system. This process ensured objectivity, allowed us to gather diverse opinions, and culminated in our final list of the most outstanding women in investing in 2022.

About Goodegg Investments

Goodegg Investments is an award-winning, women-owned and managed commercial real estate private equity firm, founded by Julie Lam and Annie Dickerson – two busy moms passionate about real estate. Goodegg Investments helps busy families build passive income and long-term wealth by investing in real estate syndications (group investments).

To date, Goodegg Investments has acquired over $1 billion in real estate assets across the country and has helped thousands of investors create wealth for their families through real estate. Learn more about or contact [email protected]. The company is based in San Francisco.

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