Jennifer Anne "Jenna" Lee (born May 30, 1980 in San Francisco, California) is an anchor on the Fox Business Network. Lee co-anchors the network's early-morning business news program, Fox Business Morning, with Connell McShane.
Jenna Lee is a graduate of the University of California, Santa Barbara, with a Bachelor of Arts in English and Global & International Studies with emphasis on politics and socioeconomics. She also holds a Master of Science degree in Journalism from Columbia University. Jenna had a double major in college and worked 30 hours a week during this time.  Lee and Nicole Petallides were the first two anchors on the air when Fox Business News made its debut on October 15, 2007.
Before joining FBN, Lee worked for Forbes.com as a news anchor and reporter.  During that time, she conducted interviews with various leaders in the business community, both on-set and in the field, and covered multiple beats, including investing, the leisure industry, alternative business practices and international news. While at Forbes, Lee was trying to land a job in television and was turned down a number of times. She is quoted in a New York Daily News story on her as saying "It got to the point where I said, 'I have to do this, there's no other option. There's no other conversation to be had, even if that meant I was going to move somewhere." 
Jenna Lee's father Bob Lee was an NFL quarterback who played in two Super Bowls and threw a touchdown pass in Super Bowl XI. Her brother Zac Lee  is the starting quarterback at the University of Nebraska for the 2009 season and led them to a Big 12 North Division title and a win in the Holiday Bowl.    Her grandfather was a war correspondent for the Associated Press in San Francisco. Lee played college softball at UC Santa Barbara while in college.  She has also appeared on the CBS Early Show discussing the stock markets.  
Lee currently appears every weekday afternoon on Sky News in the UK, broadcasting live from Fox Business News studio, updating viewers on the state of the US economy. She has appeared on Fox Business from San Francisco and London, and is based in New York City. 
Lee started hosting Fox Business News Live on foxbusiness.com on 9 February 2009  with her last broadcast on 25 September 2009. She is a regular contributor to the television show Inside Edition.  On March 27, 2009 and March 30, 2009, Jenna Lee co-hosted Morning Show with Mike and Juliet, substituting for Juliet Huddy. She also has appeared on the Fox broadcast Sunday morning news show Fox News Sunday as a guest in April 2009.  During her time at FBN, she has also hosted the Fox News Channel morning show Fox and Friends. Lee also appeared every weekday morning on the FBN show Money for Breakfast with news updates and has hosted the show in the past in place of Alexis Glick.
According to a number of reports, Jenna is to appear in the movie sequel Wall Street 2 which is currently in production.  Fox Business Morning (hour 2) and Money for Breakfast are both off the air as Fox Business Network began airing the Don Imus radio show in their old time slot on October 5, 2009.  Fox Business Morning now lasts one hour and leads in to Imus at 6am eastern. Jenna and the FBM anchors also appear on the air during Imus' show with business updates.  Jenna appears on a new web based show on foxbusiness.com that will air from 6-9 am eastern that started on 5 October 2009 as well. Lee appeared in the September 2009 edition of Cosmo complete with a photo spread.  In October interviews with MarketWatch and AskMen Jenna describes herself as "unremarkable" and "introverted", while co-worker Liz Claman says she is "driven".  Jenna Lee is currently number 75 on the Ask Men list of Top 99 Women of the World which came out in October 2009.  With Alexis Glick leaving FBN on 23 December 2009, Jenna is mentioned in a Los Angeles Times story as being a anchor who would possibly take over the FBN show The Opening Bell on Fox Business. A decision is expected in early 2010.