Renee’s volunteerism spans many years from a volunteer on the African Diaspora Heritage Trail, where she remains an active member, a past executive member of St George’s Cricket Club, member of the St. George’s Corporation Activities Committee, the World Heritage Site Committee, the St. George’s Preservation Authority and the St George’s Parish Council.
In 2009, she ran for the post of Common Councillor for the Corporation of St. George’s and topped the polls. As a Common Councillor, she was instrumental in developing the town’s activities committee and was appointed to a special committee to explore capital development opportunities.
In May 2012, Renee was elected as an Alderman, a post she held until November 2012 when she became a candidate for the Bermuda Progressive Labour Party in St. George’s West.
Appointed to the Senate in December 2012, Senator Ming brings a calm, yet firm voice to the proceedings. She is known for her measured approach and perseverance. In 2016, she was appointed the Opposition Senate Leader where she leads the first ever all-women Opposition Senate team.
Renee has 19 years of financial services experience and was educated at the East End Primary School, The Berkeley Institute, The Bermuda College and Howard University.
She is a member of the Richard Allen AME Church, St George’s and is known for her intensive level of community work in St. George’s and Bermuda. She is a strong advocate for community service.
Renee is married to Raoul and they have three children.
Renee currently serves as the PLP Spokesperson for Municipalities.