Sheryl Sandberg Says She Doesn’t Want to Be Disney’s Next CEO

Sheryl Sandberg doesn’t want to go to the happiest place on Earth.

On Wednesday, the Facebook (FB) COO tried to shut down rumors that she may be next in line for the CEO job at Walt Disney Co. (DIS).

In response to a question about the Disney job at the Re/code conference in Rancho Palos Verdes, Calif., Sandberg—already a Disney board member—said, “I don’t want another job,” reports Bloomberg.

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The search for Disney CEO Bob Iger’s successor has sped up in the recent months after the COO Thomas Staggs—who many presumed would be chief executive after Iger’s contract expires in 2018—unexpectedly left the company in April.

Sandberg isn’t the only one who’s been mentioned as a contender for the job. The short list also includes 21st Century Fox executive vice chairman Chase Carey, Chernin Group chairman and CEO Peter Chernin, and Comcast (ETB) EVP Steve Burke, among others, according to Variety.

Fortune has reached out to Facebook and Disney for comment. We will update this post if we receive a response.

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