Zoltan Lucas is a TYT Investigates News Assistant.
He graduated with a B.A in International Studies and a minor in Journalism from the City College of New York. While in college Zoltan started a club with the goal of getting non-media students more involved in local and national politics after the 2016 presidential elections, through article writing for their peers. He edited pieces for the club while working as an editorial assistant for Review, a magazine that focused on Latin American literature. He also won a Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship to study Human Rights and Intervention in South Africa. When he got back to the U.S he produced a podcast series on studying abroad as a person of color. In Zoltan’s last 2 years of undergrad, he volunteered at Harlem's community radio station at City College and continued to do a radio show there after graduating.
Before coming to TYT he wrote breaking news articles for uPolitics and worked on developing their uInterview podcast series, he then worked as a Discovery Analyst at the Manhattan D.A’s office. In 2020, at the beginning of the pandemic he felt a need to get more involved in journalism and he helped start a website to bring opposing sides together on one platform to write articles on U.S politics. Contributors were all Gen-Zers and very transparent about their political leanings. This was also around the time Zoltan started interning and then working with TYT Investigates on issues including the sovereignty of tribal land, money in politics and a new TYT series on the influential religious group tokened "The Family".
Zoltan is currently studying at CUNY's Craig Newmark Graduate School Of Journalism as an Ida B. Wells Society Scholar.
Zoltan spends his free time making music under the moniker "Too Many Leaders".