Sundeep Kamath was part of the team that started the first school, in Asia, of biodynamic farming offering a two-year residential diploma program for underprivileged rural high school graduates. Prior to this, he was a founding parent of the first Waldorf School in Bangalore. In 2013 he joined the board of the Biodynamic Association of India (BDAI) and since 2016 has served as its Secretary. The BDAI is currently reinventing itself over a three-year period (through 2019) with the help of the Andreas Hermes Akademie (AHA), the training arm of the Deutscher Bauernverband (German Farmers Association), as part of the German Federal Ministry of Economic Cooperation and Development’s special initiative "One world – no hunger" global program. He was elected to the IFOAM Asia board in May 2017 in Xichong County, China. He is also part of the Organic Food Systems Program, a core initiative of United Nations 10YFP Sustainable Food Systems Program and was on the organizing committee of the 19th Organic World Congress held in Delhi in November 2017.