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Quinn Vittum is the Executive Director of Re-use Hawaiʻi. He co-founded the organization in 2006 after founding a Habitat for Humanity ReStore and Olympia Salvage, an independent non-profit, both in Washington State. Quinn’s life mission is to create a more sustainable world by helping create innovative solutions to the demolition and disposal paradigm.
With a talented staff of 37 people, Quinn oversees Re-use Hawaiʻi’s Deconstruction and Material Redistribution Programs, including a recent expansion to Hawaiʻi Island.
Quinn studied Fine Art and Sustainability at SUNY New Paltz, University of New Hampshire, and Evergreen State College.
As an Omidyar Fellow and through his work with the Hawai’i Leadership Forum, Quinn aims to help Hawai’i navigate its waste management challenges and develop a more robust circular economy in the State.
Quinn sits on the Board of Directors of HEMIC Insurance as the chairperson of the Government Affairs Committee. He lives in Maunalani Heights with his wife, Kara, and three-year-old son, Skylar.
Quinn Vittum, Executive Director, Re-use Hawaii - Quinn has worked in the building material reuse industry since 2001. He was a director of two reuse organizations in Washington state and has experience in all facets of non-profit management. He completed the Omidyar Fellows leadership development program in 2019.