Quincy Metcalf was born and raised in Jenks, Oklahoma. She studied history at Oklahoma State University. She later earned her juris doctor’s degree from the University of Tulsa College of Law, while attending, she wrote about environmental policy for the Energy Law Journal. She is the first attorney in her family.
Before attending law school, Quincy completed a year of service for City Year Tulsa at Webster High School where she taught government and Oklahoma history. During law school, she clerked at various civil law firms in the Tulsa area. She then worked as an Assistant District Attorney in eastern Oklahoma prosecuting crimes of domestic violence and crimes against children.
Quincy currently represents social security clients at all levels in front of the Social Security Administration. Based out of the Tulsa office, she advocates on behalf of disabled clients in Eastern Oklahoma.
When not practicing law, Quincy enjoys spending time outdoors with her dog. She can be found hiking the trails around Tulsa and enjoying the local music scene.