Aarti Johri is currently President of SACHI, Society for Art & Cultural Heritage of India. She graduated from College of Engineering, Pune and completed her M.S. in Computer Engineering from Santa Clara University. Aarti worked as a chip designer for several years. More recently, inspired by her interest in the arts, architecture, and Indian history, she completed a Master of Liberal Arts at Stanford University. She co-founded and ran a successful summer camp program on India that introduced young children to Indian history, art, religions, and culture. Aarti has published articles on Indian history and also blogs. She has worked with Room to Read, an educational non-profit, and has served on the board of SACHI since 2014, supporting and leading the organization’s mission of promoting India art, culture and heritage by means of public programming.