Jim Lutz started his education with a degree in Management Information Systems, where he studied how information is shared in a company. Then he studied at Kent State University, where he obtained a Bachelor’s of Business Administration for Computer Information Systems with a minor in Management and a minor in Computer Science. This provided training in putting policies in place to organize and monitor people and their performance toward a goal, while focusing on how information is shared between them, and how to amplify their effect using computers.
After his education, he joined the U.S. Army, where he saw in practice how people work together in an authoritative organization, as well as in other countries while stationed in Germany, and while deployed to Iraq and Afghanistan. Some of these experiences showed how these systems succeed in their efforts, and some show how these systems failed. Also, upon returning to America, he has spent over 10 years employed in the private sector, including 5 years specifically studying how people work together and share information in American industry, and how to assist with computers.
Jim Lutz has also been involved since 2009 with political, nonprofit, and government organizations. He joined his local Republican Party Central Committee in 2010 and has served in a Central Committee ever since. In 2016 he was appointed to the Suffield Township Zoning Commission.
With this education applied through these experiences over the past 20 years, Jim Lutz can determine what laws will and won’t be effective, and which bills will lead Ohio in a good, unifying direction, and which would lead Ohio in a bad direction, dividing us and causing strife.