Terri Yoho is the recently retired executive director of Kohler Foundation, Inc., an organization that has actively supported arts and education initiatives for more than seventy-five years. She had held this position since 1999. In addition, Yoho was the administrator of the Kohler Trust for Arts and Education and the Kohler Trust for Preservation. As executive director of the Kohler Foundation, she managed the Foundation’s preservation program, which includes the preservation of art environments and objects created by self-taught artists, folk art and architecture, and other collections of historic, aesthetic, and/or cultural interest. She has been responsible for the acquisition of several art environments and many collections of self-taught art. She managed the preservation efforts at Pasaquan (GA), the Garden of Eden (KS), Hartman Rock Garden (OH), James Tellen Woodland Sculpture Garden (WI), and the Kenny Hill Sculpture Garden (LA). She helped place gifts of art at more than three hundred art museums, colleges, universities, libraries, and other nonprofits across the country. Yoho holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Lakeland College, Sheboygan, WI, and an MS degree in applied economics from Marquette University, Milwaukee, WI. She serves on the board of directors for the Friends of Wade House, Friends of Fred Smith at Wisconsin Concrete Park, and the Random Lake Educational Foundation.