Professor Kenneth Sin is an iconic figure in special education, whose goal is to support community inclusion and teacher education in catering for diversity. As the Director of the Centre for Special Educational Needs and Inclusive Education, he has played a significant role in leading his team to provide centre advancement in support of inclusion training, and research and knowledge-transfer activities. He has spearheaded changes and reforms for sustainable centre development. He recognised the importance of the amalgamated effect of initiatives, service quality and building a capable team for seeking funding. He then set up a new modus operandi of special needs training and support for beneficiaries, cover teachers, parents, children and community helpers. With sustainable financial support, he has successfully developed efficient teams for administration, teaching and research for project work, programme training and evidence-based practice.