Angelique Vincent-Hamacher Elected to Board of DirectorsPDF
Robinson Bradshaw shareholders elected attorney Angelique Vincent-Hamacher to its board of directors. She will be the first African-American and third woman to serve in this role.
“Angie is an excellent addition to our board, and the firm will benefit from her leadership and perspective,” said Managing Partner Allen Robertson.
In addition to Vincent-Hamacher, Robinson Bradshaw’s board of directors includes Robertson, David Wright, Jane Ratteree, Stephen Cox and Kelly Luongo Loving.
Vincent-Hamacher co-chairs the firm’s employment and labor practice group and focuses her practice on employment counseling, alternative dispute resolution and employment litigation. She is a Superior Court mediator certified by the North Carolina Dispute Resolution Commission and mediates employment disputes, both prior to and during litigation.
Vincent-Hamacher also serves on Robinson Bradshaw’s Diversity and Inclusion Committee and Recruiting Committee. Vincent-Hamacher serves as general counsel to the executive committee of the Charlotte Chamber of Commerce. She is heavily involved in the community, serving on the Carolinas HealthCare System board of commissioners and on the South Carolina advisory committee to the United States Commission on Civil Rights. Vincent-Hamacher previously served on the boards of directors of Crisis Assistance Ministry and The Center for Community Transitions, Inc. (formerly ECO, Inc.), which supports citizens with criminal records seeking full engagement in society and employment.
An active member of the bar, Vincent-Hamacher has received numerous awards and recognition. She received the Citizen Lawyer Award from the North Carolina Bar Association, and Super Lawyers named her one of the Top 50 2015 Women North Carolina Super Lawyers.
North Carolina Lawyers Weekly named her a Leader in the Law, and she was named to Charlotte Business Journal’s “40 Under 40.” Vincent-Hamacher has also been recognized by Benchmark Litigation and The Best Lawyers in America© for litigation – labor and employment.