Mark S. Luckie is a digital strategist, career journalist and author of The Digital Journalist's Handbook and the novel DO U. Mark has led digital initiatives for the Washington Post, the Center for Investigative Reporting, The L.A. Times and Entertainment Weekly and is the former Manager of Journalism and News at Twitter. Mark is a GLAAD Media Award nominee, a Lambda Literary Award finalist and a part of the 2012 Pulitzer Prize finalist team for Local Reporting. He was named by The Root as one of the most influential African-Americans of 2013 and 2014. Mark is a graduate of Bethune-Cookman University and the University of California, Berkeley where he received his master's degree in journalism.
Head of Journalism and Media
February 2016 - October 2016
Manager of Journalism & News
June 2012 - May 2015
The Washington Post
National Innovations Editor
August 2010 - June 2012
Center for Investigative Reporting
June 2009 - August 2010
August 2007 - December 2008
Los Angeles Times
May 2007 - August 2007
Daytona Beach News-Journal
January 2004 - August 2005
University of California, Berkeley
M.J. Journalism, new media concentration
Daytona Beach, FL
Bachelor of Arts: Mass Communications, Spanish
SouledOut Cinema (2016)
Screening classic Black movies at theaters across the U.S.
Today in #BlackTwitter (2015)
The news stories, #hashtags and people trending within the network of users.
DO U. (2015)
Novel about three students navigating life at a historically black college (HBCU).
The Digital Journalist’s Handbook (2012)
A guide to the tools necessary to thrive in a digital newsroom
10,000 Words (2007)
A digital resource that explored all things technology and journalism.
• LinkedIn "Next Wave" Top Professionals (2016)
• Juror, Pulitzer Prizes: Breaking News (2015)
• The Root 100 Influential African-Americans (2013, 2014)
• UNCF Outstanding Young Alumni Award (2014)
• Pulitzer Prize finalist team, Local News Reporting (2012)
• The Grio.com's 100 History Makers in the Making (2011)
• "35 Influencers in Social Media," Poynter Institute (2010)
• Winner: Design for America challenge, Sunlight Labs (2010)
• GLAAD Media Award nominee - Digital Journalism (2008)
• NLGJA Excellence in Student Journalism Award (2007)