Board of Directors
** Rene King ** President & Founder
Rene lives in Wasilla, Alaska with her husband Troy, and children Christian and Rikki. Rene & Rikki first launched Operation Kabuki Christmas (OKC) in November 2013. OKC quickly evolved into All Things Kabuki (ATK), a much broader awareness campaign with a focus on families living with Kabuki. On October 17, 2015 the IRS approved our 501(c)(3) application. Learn more about Rikki's Kabuki journey on the Founder's Page.
** Wendy Oliva ** Vice-President
Wendy lives in Anchorage, Alaska with her husband Louie, and two young boys. Wendy grew up on the Kenai Peninsula racing a competitive dog team as a result of hard work and extensive fundraising. She later spent 7 years working for a national insurance company specializing in financial services. Wendy and Louie own and operate a premier Alaskan trucking company and have been supporters of All Things Kabuki since 2014
** Terre DeVaney ** Treasurer
Terre lives in Palmer, Alaska with her husband Lance. She has three grown children and 6 grandchildren, her only granddaughter Rikki has Kabuki Syndrome. Terre is a Certified Public Bookkeeper and comes to All Things Kabuki with 40 years of accounting experience, with 15+ being in the non profit sector. Terre and Lance are local business owners and played a significant role in helping us through the launch and growth of ATK.
** Alaina Burton ** Secretary
Alaina lives in Anchorage, Alaska and joined the ATK Board of Directors in January 2016. Alaina is an operations manager for a local non profit organization and previously spent 14 years in full time ministry. Alaina comes to All Things Kabuki with nearly 20 years of experience in the non profit sector. She first learned about Kabuki Syndrome in 2005 after meeting Rikki. Alaina has been a wonderful supporter of Kabuki Syndrome Awareness.
** Troy King ** Board Member
Troy lives in Wasilla, Alaska with his wife Rene, and children Christian (20) and Rikki (15). He first joined the ATK Board of Directors as Vice-President, at its inception in October 2015. Troy is a soldier in the United States Army, with 22 years of active duty service. He spent his first 14 years of service in law enforcement and and the past 7 in recruiting.
** Renee Lampley ** Board Member
Renee lives in Palmer, Alaska with her husband Thomas, and three children. She is an Administrative Assistant and manages two local coffee shops, both very active in advocating for Kabuki Syndrome awareness. Renee enjoys spending time outdoors with her family, and watching her children participate in a variety of sports.
Renee first learned about Kabuki Syndrome in 2005 after meeting Rikki, and has been an avid supporter of raising awareness since.