Jennifer Lee is an American film director, screenwriter, and producer for Walt Disney Animation Studios. Lee was a contributor to the script of Wreck-It Ralph, which was released in 2012. She also contributed to the following 2013 Disney classic, Frozen, in which she co-directed it along with Chris Buck, and returned as co-director with Buck for the sequel, Frozen II. Lee is the first woman who has directed a Disney feature film, and it is also the first time she directed a film herself.
In 2018, she became Chief Creative Officer of Walt Disney Animation Studios, replacing John Lasseter.
Aside from being the co-director and screenwriter of Frozen, Lee also voiced Queen Iduna, the mother of Anna and Elsa. Coincidentally, her daughter, Agatha, voiced 9-year-old Anna. For the second film, in which Iduna has a bigger role, Lee was replaced with Evan Rachel Wood.
Jennifer Lee at the premiere of Frozen in November 2013.