Lotito holds an MBA from the School of Business Management at Thomas Edison State University (Trenton, NJ) and has received his Bachelor of Arts from Drew University (Madison, NJ). In 2003, Lotito was a Visiting Scholar at the University of Reykjavik in the field of International Business. He has also been awarded numerous certificates in Bookkeeping, Accounts Receivable, and Risk Management.
Lotito has contributed greatly to the field of non-profits as a key figure in the preservation of Ringwood New Jersey’s Weis Ecology Center, Pequannock’s historical museum, the Pompton Plains Martin Berry House, and Lincoln Park's 1920's era library. In the late 2000’s he successfully advocated for the preservation of historic elements of the Morris Canal which provide key flood prevention measures to the Passaic Valley region and secured the release of over 200 historic documents detailing transit and industry in northern New Jersey. He is the current elected President of the Lincoln Park Historical Society. He is a recipient of the Daughters of the American Revolution award for citizenship and a Past Officer of the United States Sons of the American Legion.
His visual design work has been featured in the University of Rochester’s “Futurity” and the National September 11th Memorial Museum's Artist Registry. In 2014, Lotito successfully launched a photography book detailing the flora and fauna of Costa Rica. He is also the author of the business texts, “Craigslist for Heroes, Rogues, and Middle Management” (2013) and "The Healthcare Information Security Handbook" (2016).
Lotito’s work has been used by the Morris County Department of Transportation, Association of New Jersey Environmental Committees, and many others. He has been published in School Board Leader Magazine, a publication of the New Jersey School Boards Association, of which he is a Past Associate Member, and Lab Manager Magazine.