Angelica Chavis McIntyre is 32 years old and a native of Pembroke who now lives in Lumberton with her husband, Stephen McIntyre, and their son, Hamilton. She was first elected as a district court judge in 2018 and was named the chief district court judge for Robeson County by the Chief Justice of the NC Supreme Court in 2021, becoming the first Native American Female Chief Judge in the state.
She serves on the Chief Justice of North Carolina’s Task Force to Address Adverse Child Experiences, Robeson County Domestic Violence Task Force, and the Juvenile Crime Prevention Council. She has received both the Fayetteville Observer 40 under 40 and Campbell Law’s 45 Leaders in Law awards. She serves as a board member for Southeastern Academy and routinely volunteers in schools to address issues children face and to help inspire productive life and career choices.