Justin A. Quaranta, District Governor
Governor's Bio
Born and raised in Ronkonkoma, NY. Justin is the son of fellow Rotarians Rose & PDG Arnie, brother of Chelsea and Taylor all members of the Ronkonkoma Rotary Club, he joined the Club in 2010.
 
Justin is an Eagle Scout and has a degree from Farmingdale State College. He also is a license Independent Insurance Adjuster and Property & Casualty Insurance Broker.
 
     As Operations Manager for Restoration Experts of NY, Inc. located in Ronkonkoma Justin oversees the quality control, and all main operations of the family business started in 1995 by his Grandfather. Justin holds top restoration credentials and is a Master Fire, Smoke & Water Damage Restorer. The company employs 10 people along with a network of subcontractors and they have earned accolades as top performers in the industry and have a four-star rating for their professionalism and workmanship. They specialize in post disaster clean-up & reconstruction, as special trade contractors.
 
     Justin and his family founded The Simple Hope Foundation after he survived a fatal car accident that killed his partner Andrea Giattino as well as the drunk driver that hit them while on his way home from a Rotary Event. This organization supports innovative drunk driving prevention. Justin believes in shifting the paradigm of drinking behavior towards more reasonable and educated choices by starting the conversation when it matters most, when people actually have a drink in their hand. 
 
     Besides serving as president of The Simple Hope Foundation Justin is President of the Pittsburgh Japanese Culture Society organizing pop culture events with attendance of 10,000+ each year and sits on the board of General Needs- a foundation that serves homeless veterans in the NY, NJ, CT area.
 
     At 24 Justin was the youngest President in the history of the Ronkonkoma Rotary Club. In his two years as President he started to bring the value of networking back to the club. Since 2014 the Club has grown from 14 members to 54 in 2018. He has served in many positions during his time in Rotary including District Grants Chair 2016-2019, Gift of Life Long Island Board of Director 2018-2021, Rotaract Chair, Youth Exchange & RYLA Committee member, Paul Harris Society Chair, IT Committee member, and he has served on the District Conference committee for four Governors. Justin believes in The Rotary Foundation, he is a member of the Paul Harris Society, Bequest Society and is a Major Donor.
 
 
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