Renee was a director on the African Diaspora Heritage Trail. She attends Richard Allen AME Church and has served on the St. George’s Parish Council and St. George's Cricket Club management team.
She has been a Common Councillor for the Corporation of St. George’s. In 2012, she was elected to the post of Alderman and chaired the Property and Office Administration committees. She was a member of the Security Committee, Finance Committee, and the St. George’s Preservation Authority.
Following the 2012 General Election, Renee was appointed to the Senate where, in 2016, she led an all-female Senate Team for the Bermuda PLP.
In the 2017 General Election, Renee was elected to the House of Assembly for Constituency 1, St. George's North. As a backbencher, she led a Joint Select Committee of Sex Offender Management and helped to make significant changes to the law.
In 2020, Renee was appointed Minister of National Security.