Caroline Sink Receives Salem's Distinguished Alumna Award



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May 15, 2019

Caroline Wannamaker Sink received Salem College's Distinguished Alumna Award at the school's alumni weekend celebration. The award recognizes a Salem College alumna's achievements in volunteer service and her professional distinctions.

Sink is chair of the Habitat for Humanity Charlotte's board of directors, and a member of its executive and governance committees. She also serves on the Queens University of Charlotte board of trustees, chairing the Nominating and Governance Committee, and serving on the executive and academics committees. In addition, she has been a member of Women Executives since 1993.

Sink has a long history of service commitments to organizations including Lakewood Preschool Cooperative, United Way of Central Carolinas, Safe Alliance and the Friends of Janam Peace Building Foundation. She is an elder at First Presbyterian Church of Charlotte.

At Robinson Bradshaw, Sink's primary practice areas include commercial real estate, commercial lending and public finance, with a particular emphasis on direct purchase and letter of credit-backed tax-exempt public finance transactions. Sink is a Fellow of the American Bar Foundation and has been named to the Top 50 Women North Carolina Super Lawyers each year since 2015. She is also routinely recognized in Chambers USA, The Best Lawyers in America and Business North Carolina's Legal Elite for her accomplishments on behalf of clients.

Sink received her law degree cum laude from Washington and Lee University and her bachelor's degree from Salem College.

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