Eric Lam is a Partner at Exygy. Eric thrives in partnering with clients and communities to think about how design and technology can be used as a force for good. He has extensive experience successfully introducing and scaling innovative products across the health and philanthropic space. Eric has partnered with the Boston Children’s Hospital and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to roll out a nation-wide system for the public to locate vaccines, uplifted Community Health Centers in better serving underinvested communities, and created learning platform to build capacity for international nonprofits.
Prior to joining Exygy, Eric was an executive at Accenture where he led large and small-scale product development for international clients. He has held roles including Program Manager, Product Owner, and Agile Coach. Eric also spent three years running a non-profit that he founded, dedicated to organizing sustainable initiatives for a developing community in El Salvador. He’s a graduate of UCLA with a degree in Mechanical Engineering.
Within and outside of Exygy, you can find Eric chasing the feeling of being new at something and working hard to get better at it.