Angelique R. Vincent Selected for Charlotte Business Journal’s ‘40 Under 40’PDF
Angelique R. Vincent, an attorney with Robinson Bradshaw & Hinson, has been selected for the Charlotte Business Journal’s 17th annual ‘40 Under 40.’ The annual award recognizes Charlotte’s most promising young professionals for their notable career achievements as well as their positive impact on the community.
Vincent is a member of the firm’s Litigation Department and Employment & Labor Practice Group. She joined Robinson Bradshaw & Hinson in 2000 and was elected a partner in 2007.
Vincent concentrates her practice on employment litigation and human resources counseling. She routinely assists employers in conducting internal investigations of employee complaints and providing preventative training to client’s employees and managers on topics such as harassment, discrimination and employee leave issues. Additionally, Ms. Vincent regularly handles matters before administrative agencies, such as the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and the United States and North Carolina Departments of Labor. Ms. Vincent also serves as a third-party mediator for parties in employment disputes prior to and during litigation.
She has served five years on the board of directors of Charlotte Emergency Housing, a nonprofit organization that helps Charlotte area families end homelessness. She is also a member of the CEH executive committee and is chairwoman of its human resources committee.
In addition, Vincent serves on the board of directors for The Center for Community Transition and chairs its personnel committee. Recently, she was named to the board of directors for Crisis Assistance Ministry and appointed to the board of advisors for Carolinas HealthCare System. She has also devoted her time to a number of nonprofit and pro bono legal projects for various agencies in our community, including Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Charlotte, Levine Museum of the New South, Inc. Catawba Lands Conservancy, International House of Metrolina, Inc., Junior league of Charlotte, Inc., A Child’s Place, and local Public Broadcasting Service affiliate WTVI Charlotte.
Within the firm, Vincent is a co-chair of the firm’s Inclusion Committee and a member of the Recruiting Committee. She also has served as an adjunct professor of sociology at Clinton Junior College in Rock Hill, SC.
Vincent joins a list of current Robinson Bradshaw & Hinson attorneys who have been selected for the Business Journal’s ‘40 Under 40’ including: Louis A. Bledsoe III, Mark W. Merritt, Dianne Chipps Bailey, Jeffrey C. Hart, Julian H. Wright Jr., Steven D. Newmark, William K. Packard and Richard S. Starling.