Jonathan Gatke is a seasoned supply chain professional, fluent in French and English, with a decade-long career. His expertise lies in the conception and execution of innovative strategies to tackle global health supply chain challenges. Holding numerous certifications, he specializes in strengthening end-to-end supply chains. His passion for international development and capacity building fuels his pursuit of opportunities to enhance community well-being.

Previously, Gatke contributed to the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID)’s Flagship Global Health Supply Chain Program-Procurement and Supply Management project, extending support to eight countries. He has also been involved with USAID, Global Fund, and UNICEF on various initiatives, including the End Malaria Project in the Democratic Republic of Congo and the Cote d’Ivoire Central Medical Store Optimization project. His roles have ranged from program director in projects from start-up to close-out and in support of corporate subsidiary initiatives. His work has taken him across the African continent and Southeast Asia, enriching his understanding of program design, technical implementation, logistics, financial management, and international development. At DAI, Gatke applies his skills and qualifications to create impact in the health supply chain space for its clientele through integrated approaches.

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