Renée Gill Pratt (born 1954) is a local politician from New Orleans. She was also Director of the Center for Student Retention and Success in Southern University at New Orleans. On 2011 February 24, racketeering charges against her resulted in a hung jury.
A Democrat, Gill Pratt served as state representative for District 91 from 1991 to 2002 when she was succeeded by Rosalind Peychaud. Gill Pratt served on the New Orleans city council for District B from 2002 to 2006.
District B includes the Central Business District, the Garden District, Central City, the Irish Channel, the Lower Garden District and the Touro neighborhood. District 91 covers the precincts located on the southwest side of District B, roughly corresponding to the Irish Channel and the Touro neighborhood.