Deric Lostutter is an activist that was incarcerated in 2016 for his roll in the hacker/activist group, Anonymous, and sought to fight corruption. Since his release from federal prison, Deric Lostutter has attended college, now works in law, and is leading several landmark civil litigation cases to protect civil rights. Deric founded a successful credit repair company, Skye High Credit, and launched a felon re-entry program to help felons fix their credit, attain housing, and reduce recidivism rates.
Deric lives in Kentucky with his wife, Jennifer, and daughter Fiona. Deric is studying to be a civil rights attorney and is certified in various areas of law. Deric holds various other certifications, including, without limitation, Project Management Professional, Six Sigma, Lean Six Sigma, and more. Deric has spoken at universities, conventions, and at multiple civil rights demonstrations.
Deric Lostutter also owns a succcessful music production and branding business called Rifle City Records and is in the process of writing a book about his experiences in activism and in the federal prison system.