Tomas is an award-winning investigative journalist with international experience as a producer and reporter. Throughout his career he has denounced corruption, exposed drug systems and uncovered fraud and corruption practices. He has also covered information on the political, economic and social fields. He began his career in CNN+, a Spanish TV network similar to CNN. Later, Tomas worked at Intereconomia, covering economic and stock market information and later as executive producer of the network’s main show. In 2012, he joined Univision where he first passed through the documentary unit and then transitioned into the research team where he is today.
His work with Univision, the largest Spanish-speaking network in the United States, has earned him numerous awards. In 2014 he was nominated for the Livingston Awards in the category for best journalists under 35 years in the country, and as a member of Univision Investiga has won a Peabody Award, the award of the main association of investigative journalist in the US (IRE) and has been nominated 3 times for Emmy categories. In September 2014, Tomas won the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Emmy in the Outstanding Investigative Journalism category for his documentary “El Chapo: el eterno fugitivo” (“Chapo: the eternal fugitive”). He also co-directed a documentary about press freedom in Latin America which was awarded a Gracey Award.
Tomas has always shown an interest in supporting humanitarian causes brought him to Global Humanitaria. Tomas has a degree in Law and Journalism from the Carlos III University of Madrid.