A native of Southaven, Mississippi, Quentin Whitwell, Esq. was born in Memphis Tennessee. Quentin subsequently moved to Oxford, Mississippi and graduated from Oxford High School in 1991. Thereafter, Quentin enrolled in Ole Miss where he served as the University’s Student Body President, was a member of the Honors College Program, and was inducted into the Hall of Fame. After graduating with a Bachelor of Arts degree in 1995, Quentin enrolled in Ole Miss Law School and graduated with a Juris Doctor degree in 1998.
After law school, Quentin moved to the City of Jackson where he litigated civil defense cases at the law firm of Page, Kruger and Holland. Thereafter, Quentin became the legal counsel and lobbyist for the MS Association of REALTORS where he became a skillful advocate for the real estate industry and began working with local, state and federal leaders.
Quentin has worked in politics for such distinguished politicians as Mississippi Senator Roger Wicker, Tennessee Senator Lamar Alexander, and as Tort Claims Board Chairman for former Mississippi Governor Haley Barbour. Quentin also is a published author, writing a comical story on the development of the New South called If By Whiskey. Quentin is currently the Managing Partner of The Talon Group, LLC, a public relations and government affairs firm, with his partner and former City Councilman Chip Reno and a Senior Partner at Gibbs Whitwell, PLLC with his partner, former Hinds County Circuit Court Judge Robert Gibbs. He also serves as the business development director and legal counsel for his wife’s company, The Donor Tree, an online fundraising company.
Quentin and his lovely wife Ginger have two children, Davis and Gordon, and are members of Bellwether Church of Jackson. The only thing that keeps Quentin from his work is watching his son on the tennis court or his daughter when she is singing.