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Angie Vincent-Hamacher new chair of Charlotte-Mecklenburg Hospital Authority

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Dec. 8. Angelique “Angie” Vincent-Hamacher is the new chair of Charlotte-Mecklenburg Hospital Authority, doing business as Atrium Health.

She is the first woman and person of color to hold the position.

Vincent-Hamacher succeeds Edward J. Brown III who remains on the CMHA board, as well as chair of the Atrium Health Inc. board.


Vincent-Hamacher is an attorney with Robinson Bradshaw, where she is a shareholder and member of the firm’s board of directors. She co-chairs both the firm’s Employment & Labor Practice Group and its Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Committee.

She has been a member of the CMHA board since 2014.

Vincent-Hamacher received her bachelor’s degree in psychology from Duke University and her juris doctorate from Harvard Law School.

“Angie has been a tremendous force for the growth and advancement of Atrium Health,” said Eugene A. Woods, president and CEO of Atrium Health. “Her deep experience in human resources and employment law, mediation, and diversity, equity and inclusion have helped us shape our organizational philosophies to truly make Atrium Health the ‘best place to
care’ for our teammates.”


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