Jeanette Jeanenne is a Panamanian-American filmmaker based in Los Angeles. She is the Head of Animation and Executive Producer at SNYDER NY. She is the Co-Founder and Director of GLAS Animation, a non-profit organization dedicated to championing, cultivating, and promoting independent animation in the US. She received her MFA at CalArts in Film/Video. She is currently a director and producer at OSOBJORN, and is part of the international animation collective Late Night Work Club. In the past she has worked with LA Film Festival, Glamour Magazine, Slamdance, and Short of the Week. She was one of the directors of the animated horror series ‘Woman in the Book’ produced by Crypt TV in collaboration with Starburns Industries. She produced several award-winning short form projects including ‘Drone’ directed by Sean Buckelew, ‘My Year of Dicks’ created by Pamela Ribon and directed by Sara Gunnarsdottír, and ‘Girl in the Yellow Dress’ for David Gilmour directed by Danny Madden. She has written and directed several animated mini-series for FX Networks including ‘Rules,’ ‘Meddington Hills,’ and ‘Violence.Sex.Language.Gore.’ In 2020, she received the June Foray Award at the 46th Annie Awards for her ‘charitable impact on the art and industry of animation.’ She currently serves on the Advisory Committee of LXIA.