Mrs. Aparna Joshi

Protocol & CSR Head




Mrs. Aparna Joshi brings a wealth of experience and a passion for social causes to her role as Protocol & CSR Head at the Dadasaheb Phalke International Film Festival (DPIFF). With a distinguished career as an educationist spanning from June 1995 to 2013, she has played pivotal roles in various educational institutions, including Army Public School, Army Pre-Primary School, and private schools, serving as Principal and Counsellor. Her dedication to nurturing young minds and adapting to diverse training requirements has left a lasting impact on educational communities.


Beyond her contributions to education, Mrs. Aparna Joshi has actively engaged in social causes throughout her career. She served as the chairperson of the Army Wives Welfare Association (AWWA), demonstrating her commitment to supporting military families and contributing to societal welfare.


Since January 2021, Mrs. Joshi has brought her extensive leadership and organizational skills to DPIFF, where she currently serves as the CSR Head. In this role, she oversees the festival’s Corporate Social Responsibility initiatives, ensuring that DPIFF not only celebrates cinematic excellence but also makes a positive impact on society. Her strategic vision and dedication to community welfare align perfectly with DPIFF’s mission to promote cultural diversity and social responsibility through the medium of cinema.


Mrs. Aparna Joshi’s multifaceted career journey and her commitment to educational excellence, social causes, and now the arts, underscore her invaluable role at DPIFF. Her leadership continues to drive initiatives that uphold the festival’s values and enrich its impact on both the film industry and society at large.