Olivier Gingweze is a humanitarian logistician and logistics trainer from the Democratic Republic of Congo, currently based in Goma. With seven years of experience in the nonprofit sector, he holds a Master’s degree in Electromechanical Engineering from the Institut Supérieur Pédagogique et Technique de Kinshasa and a Master’s degree in Humanitarian Practice from the University of Manchester. In his role as a logistics coordinator for the Norwegian Refugee Council, Olivier ensures the strategic management of logistics activities, providing guidance and technical support to implement logistics systems and procedures, and ensuring compliance with policies and donor requirements. He has acquired skills in fleet right-sizing, budgeting, and procurement planning through his recent nonprofit experience. Olivier has worked with various organizations, including BAT Congo as a spare parts storekeeper, Doctors Without Borders in multiple positions including Field Logistics Manager, International Committee of the Red Cross, and Memisa Belgium. He is also a logistics training consultant for Bioforce Institute, where he is passionate about greening the supply chain, promoting environmental sustainability, and empowering other humanitarian workers through logistics training.