Renee Bouck and her husband Steve have been part time residents of Incline Village for the past 5 years. They were attracted to Lake Tahoe due to the awesomeness of it’s natural beauty and the infinite variety of things to do in this “outdoor playground”. They spend the rest of their time near Houston TX, where Steve is president of Waste Connections, Inc. (WCN).
Renee is a lifelong student and teacher of the art, science and philosophy of Yoga through studies in various classical traditions. She teaches several classes weekly in the Houston area.
Renee is an enthusiastic new member of the Classical Tahoe board. She wishes to be a part of this vibrant organization because of the atmosphere of community it creates. Renee loves a broad range of music and sound as an expression of a state beyond language. The unique performance setting of Classical Tahoe makes this genre more accessible. It cultivates an intimacy between performer and audience, making the experience both entertaining and fun.
Born and raised in Chicago IL., Renee received an MBA from Northwestern University. She enjoyed a career in the financial services industry for 15 years. A move to Granite Bay CA in the late nineties redirected her energies toward philanthropy. She and Steve have focussed their charitable giving toward fund raising for arts and music education and assisting disadvantaged youth. They have been contributors to The Children’s Receiving Home in Sacramento and The Taylor House in Roseville CA. Renee served on the board of Granite Bay High School Concert Band where she was director of development. During her tenure, fund raising efforts enabled the entire concert band to perform at Carnegie Hall, an invitation only event honoring students who distinguished themselves in concert performance.