Sandra Chapman is an awarding-winning Investigative Journalist, Author, Filmmaker and Communications Specialist with more than three decades of research, writing and content production experience. Sandra is currently the President of Prince Media Group, LLC — a Documentary Production Company and media content/consulting business in Indianapolis Indiana. Prior to expanding her business, Sandra worked for NBC Affiliate, WTHR TV 13, in Indianapolis, where her investigative work garnered the prestigious George Foster Peabody Award, a regional Edward R. Murrow Award, and nearly a dozen Emmy Awards. Prior to joining WTHR Sandra worked at WISH TV where her work was honored with two National Gracie Allen Awards; one for her investigative reporting on the 1968 Civil Rights Case of Carol Jenkins. Sandra’s main areas of focus have included: the Criminal Justice System, state government oversight, healthcare, and the environment. She is the author of “The Girl in the Yellow Scarf” the true crime story based on the 1968 Civil Rights Murder Case of Carol Jenkins. Sandra is a graduate of Ball State University where she has been recognized as an Outstanding Alumni by the University.