Angie Vincent-Hamacher Named to Most Influential Women ListPDF
Angelique R. Vincent-Hamacher was named one of the 50 Most Influential Women by The Mecklenburg Times. The awards recognize the important roles women play in the greater Charlotte region's economy and society.
"I am honored to receive this award," said Vincent-Hamacher. "Each one of us has significant influence. It is important we use that influence to do good, to make a difference and to help those who need help."
At Robinson Bradshaw, Vincent-Hamacher focuses her law practice on employment and human resources counseling and training, and serving as a third-party mediator in employment disputes. Within the firm, she is a member of the board of directors, co-chair of the Employment and Labor Practice Group and a member of the Litigation Department's advisory committee.
Vincent-Hamacher also serves in leadership capacities within the community. She is on the board of commissioners at Atrium Health and serves as outside general counsel to the Economic Development Partnership of North Carolina. Her prior service includes involvement with the Charlotte Chamber of Commerce, Crisis Assistance Ministry and the Center for Community Transitions.