Frantzy Luzincourt

Case Manager

Education 

  • B.A., Macaulay Honors College at The City College of New York
  • magna cum laude

Fellowships, Leadership & Recognition 

  • Stanford University Innovation Fellow, The City College of New York
  • The CUNY Graduate Center Futures Initiative Fellow, The City College of New York
  •  S. Jay Levy Fellowship for Future Leaders, The City College of New York
  • Reebok Human Rights Award, Finalist 

Frantzy Luzincourt is a case manager at Kaplan Hecker & Fink LLP.

Frantzy joined the firm from Paul Weiss, where he was a litigation paralegal. While at Paul Weiss, he was also named as a member of the firm’s Diversity Equity and Inclusion Operations Team Advisory Group, where he developed diversity equity and inclusion (DEI) recommendations and designed an original DEI workshop for the entire Operations Team. Frantzy has previously worked as an intern for the Public Corruption and Community Liaison department in the United States Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of New York – Department of Justice.

Frantzy also currently acts a member on Brooklyn Community Board 17, representing over 130,000 Brooklyn residents and overseeing all community projects, zoning, land use, city budget recommendations, and policies regarding sanitation, environmental protection and sustainability. He served as the President of The City College of New York’s Undergraduate Student Government from 2019 – 2020. Frantzy’s time as President coincided with the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, leading him to develop the university’s COVID-19 Response Plan which included an emergency relief fund, technological resources to aid the transition to remote learning, and access to campus food pantries and mental health services.

Frantzy received his B.A., magna cum laude, from Macaulay Honors College at The City College of New York. He received multiple awards in his time there, including the Stanford University Innovation Fellow, The CUNY Graduate Center Futures Initiative Fellow, and S Jay Levy Fellowship for Future Leaders, and was named as a finalist for the Reebok Human Rights Award.