Jane Harvey Fleming is an American film producer and television producer. She was born in New York City, the youngest daughter of Jane (1933–1990), a philanthropist, and Peter E. Fleming Jr. (1929–2009), a criminal-defense lawyer.
A graduate of Princeton University in 1989, Fleming's screen credits include Lovely Molly, The Frozen Ground, Exists (film) and the ABC television series The Quest (2014 TV series).
While at Princeton, Fleming won the 1988 National Championship for lightweight crew
Fleming began her career as a financial analyst in Mergers and Acquisitions at the investment banks Drexel Burnham Lambert and James D. Wolfensohn Incorporated. She later joined New Line Cinema, where she ultimately rose to the position of Senior Vice President, Business Development.
A long-time and passionate advocate for women's rights, Fleming is a former two-term president of Women in Film and Television International (2006–2010). She currently serves as its President Emeritus and co-CFO, as well as Chair of Women In Film Cares, an initiative to work with global charities in service of women. She is also a member of the Producers Guild of America and the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences.
Fleming is a founding partner with Mark Ordesky of Court Five, a multifaceted media company focused on developing and converting diverse intellectual property and brands into filmed entertainment for distribution worldwide.