Rebecca Lindstrom is the chief investigative reporter for 11Alive, the NBC affiliate in Atlanta, and a 2023 Senior Fellow for the Center for Health Journalism’s National Fellowship. For nearly three decades, she has told stories focused on social inequality and child and animal welfare, and has worked to expose corruption within our government and business communities. In 2020, Lindstorm participated in the Center for Health Journalism’s Data Fellowship. She won an Alfred I. duPont-Columbia Award, broadcast journalism's highest honor, for her Fellowship project, the series #Keeping, focused on the gaps in Georgia’s mental and behavioral healthcare system that too often lead parents to abandon their children. In 2016, Georgia Associated Press Media Editors named her Best Reporter, and in 2018, the Georgia Association of Broadcasters bestowed the same honor. She has won national and regional Edward R. Murrow awards and 11 regional Emmys. Learn more about the story behind her Data Fellowship project here