Angie Vincent-Hamacher Elected Chair of Atrium Health’s Board of CommissionersPDF
The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Hospital Authority has elected Robinson Bradshaw attorney Angie Vincent-Hamacher to chair its board of commissioners. She is the first woman and the first person of color to hold this position in the board’s history. CMHA does business as Atrium Health.
“I believe it is our shared responsibility to help those in need and give back to our community,” said Vincent-Hamacher in Atrium Health’s release. “I’m honored to have been chosen for this role and look forward to working closely with the entire board of commissioners and Atrium Health leadership team as we continue to drive for excellence, positively impacting the communities we serve.”
Vincent-Hamacher has served on the CMHA board since 2014, including chairing the Quality and Equity of Care Committee. At Robinson Bradshaw, she is a member of the firm’s board of directors, chairs the Employment & Labor Practice Group and co-chairs the Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Committee.
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