Jenna Lee currently serves as a New York-based anchor on Fox News Channel's (FNC) Happening Now, alongside Jon Scott (weekdays 11AM-12PM/ET and 1-2PM/ET). Lee joined the network in 2007 as a reporter for the Fox Business Network (FBN) and transitioned to FNC in 2010.
Most recently, in 2015, Lee scaled the George Washington Bridge for a story on the largest free-flying American flag in the county. Additionally, she has provided live coverage of the violent protests in Cairo, Egypt following the removal of President Mohamed Morsi, the George Zimmerman murder trial and the aftermath of the deadly EF5 tornado that struck Moore, OK. She has also secured interviews with White House Press Secretary Jay Carney, Republican Senator John McCain and Dr. Jill Biden, the wife of Vice President Joe Biden.
At FNC, Lee has contributed to coverage of major stories, including the Boston Marathon bombing, the inauguration of Pope Francis, the Sandy Hook Elementary School shootings and the death of Osama bin Laden. Additionally, she reported on the social media response for the 2012 presidential election on election night. In 2011, Lee reported on the "Gilgo Killer", the suspected serial killer in Long Island, NY, and the Libyan conflict.
During her tenure at FBN, Lee co-hosted both Fox Business Morning (weekdays 5-6AM/ET) and FoxBusiness.com Live Morning Edition (weekdays 6-9AM/ET). Additionally, she served as anchor for the FBN simulcast of Imus in the Morning while also providing business news updates throughout the day for both FBN and FNC. Prior to FBN, Lee was a news anchor and reporter for Forbes.com. Her career began as a writer and segment producer at NY1's Fortune Business Report where she covered the stock market, real estate, personal finance and the retail industry. Lee has also contributed to the live nightly political show, Inside City Hall.
Lee is a graduate of the University of California at Santa Barbara and obtained her master's degree from Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism.