Mr. Lutomski has spent 30 years working on human spaceflight programs at NASA and in private industry. He has worked in different areas including operations, engineering, program management, risk, reliability, and safety.
Mr. Lutomski started his career as a flight controller working the Mission Control Center in Houston. In the mid-90’s Mr. Lutomski spent two years working in NASA’s Moscow, Russia office. While in Russia he worked in the Mission Control Center supporting early space station operations infrastructure development.
Mr. Lutomski spent 10 years as the Risk Manager for the International Space Station (ISS). As the Risk Manager he was responsible for defining and implementing the qualitative and quantitative risk management processes across the organizations and participants of the ISS Program.
Mr. Lutomski retired from NASA in 2013 and joined Space Exploration Technologies, or SpaceX where he works as the Director of System Safety, Risk, and Reliability.