Former College Football Star & FBI Agent, M. Quentin Williams is Now Leading Athletes & Law Enforcement in Community Change
18 Jun 2020
College football star, attorney, author, former FBI agent and former federal prosecutor M. Quentin Williams is now working with law enforcement, the community and a growing number of athletes in building bridges to inspire social change and understanding.
Williams and his brother had a tough upbringing by a Caucasian mother in Yonkers and, after a standout career at Gorton High School, he went on to captain the Boston College football team. A dedicated community leader and mentor, Williams is an advocate for self-empowerment and service to others. He is the founder and chief executive officer of the nonprofit organization, Dedication to Community (D2C). It is in his current role where Williams is making his biggest play; “Without action, we will not have change, and without change we will have a deeper problem,” Williams told Bill King of Sports Business Journal. “Right now, society is not going to permit us to move forward without an action plan. This is the tipping point. This is an inflection point. This is pivotal…This is important.”
Williams has held positions as an NFL and NBA executive. He shares vast legal, business and community advocacy expertise. Quentin is one of our nation's preeminent experts in the area of police and community relations. He draws from his own experience as a young man who overcame obstacles, and his years in law enforcement, to outline how everyone can come together.