Angelique Vincent-Hamacher Receives Women in Business AwardPDF
Charlotte Business Journal recognized Robinson Bradshaw employment lawyer and mediator Angelique R. Vincent-Hamacher as a 2017 Women in Business award winner. The awards are given to Charlotte women who have made a difference in their workplace and are blazing trails for other women.
“Angie’s commitment to the firm, her family and the Charlotte community speaks volumes about her work ethic and dedication,” said Managing Partner Allen Robertson. “She inspires trust, respect and friendship and serves as a role model to us all.”
Among her many accomplishments in 2016, Vincent-Hamacher was elected to Robinson Bradshaw’s board of directors. She is the first African-American and third woman to serve in this role. Vincent-Hamacher also was chosen to lead the firm’s Employment and Labor Practice Group, and she is a member of both the Diversity and Inclusion and Recruiting committees. Through these positions, Vincent-Hamacher has developed and implemented new initiatives to both enhance client service and improve firm operations.
In addition to her leadership within the firm, Vincent-Hamacher has a strong history of leadership in the Charlotte community. Her recent involvement includes serving three years as general counsel to the Executive Committee of the Charlotte Chamber of Commerce, and she is now its public policy co-chair for 2016-17. Vincent-Hamacher also serves as a member of the board of commissioners of Carolinas HealthCare System and on the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights’ South Carolina State Advisory Committee.
Vincent-Hamacher 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 graduated from Harvard Law School after earning her bachelor’s degree summa cum laude from Duke University.