Jennifer 8. Lee is a journalist, author, producer, and emoji activist, founder of Emojination and Emojicon and CEO of Plympton, a literary studio. She graduated from Harvard University in 1999 with a B.A. in Applied Math and Economics and completed a fellowship in International Relations at Beijing University in 2000. Lee was a full-time reporter for The New York Times from 2000-09, where she won three Publishers Awards and coined the term “man date.” Following her departure, she served as the lead judge of Knight News Challenge, a program that awards and funds innovative ideas for news coverage. Lee authored "The Fortune Cookie Chronicles" (2008), which was on the New York Times bestseller list and... more.

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