Vikram Rajola is a development professional with work experience in several Asian countries like Afghanistan, Cambodia, China, India, Indonesia, Nepal, Philippines and Singapore. He has implemented skill enhancement programmes all over Asia and has trained several hundred engineers, marketing professionals, managers, salespersons, tile layers and factory workers on both technical aspects and soft skills leading to improvements in efficiency and productivity of the trainees. Vikram has attended and presented papers at several International forums such as the Singapore International Water Week 2011 (Singapore), World Toilet Summit 2008 (Macau, China), World Water Week 2006 (Stockholm, Sweden), Global WASH Forum 2004 (Dakar, Senegal), and the International Conference on Sustainable Urban Development 2005 (Nanning, China). A keen advocate of youth volunteerism, in 2014 Vikram quit his job to devote all his time and energy to pursue his passion of bringing sustainable positive change in the lives of the underprivileged and underserved people of India. He set up the non-profit organsiation ‘INDEED Foundation’ with the objective of providing quality education and filling learning gaps leading to improvement in academic performance and enhanced employability of government schools students.