Thomas Hansen Kingo
Thomas Hansen may refer to:
Thomas Hansen (cricketer)
Thomas Munkholt Hansen (born 25 March 1976) is a Danish cricketer. Hansen is a right-handed batsman who bowls left-arm fast-medium. In 1997, Hansen became the third Dane, after Ole Mortensen and Soren Henriksen, to play English county cricket when he joined Hampshire. His first-class career with Hampshire was brief, playing just four matches in three seasons. After leaving Hampshire, Hansen established himself as a regular in the Danish team, representing it in the ICC Trophy and List A cricket, until 2009.
Thomas Hansen (musician)
Thomas Hansen (13 February 1976 – 5 September 2007) was a Norwegian alternative country musician performing under the name Saint Thomas (previously St. Thomas).
Thomas Hansen (footballer)
Thomas Hansen (born 18 January 1983) is a retired Danish footballer. He was a defender, who was used as a central defender as well as right back.
Thomas Hansen (disambiguation)
Thomas Blom Hansen
Thomas Blom Hansen (born 22 January 1958 in Frederiksvaerk) is a Danish anthropologist and leading contemporary commentator on religious and political violence in India.
Lise Kingo (born 3 August 1961) is executive director of the United Nations Global Compact, succeeding Georg Kell. Before her appointment to the position by United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki Moon on 25 June 2015. she was the Executive Vice President, Chief of Staff, and member of executive management at Novo Nordisk, a prominent multinational pharmaceutical company headquartered in her native country of Denmark. Additionally, she is the chairman of the Danish Council for Corporate Responsibility, Deputy Chair of the Danish Nature Foundation, member of the boards of Grieg Star Group A/S and C3 Collaborating for Health, and an adjunct professor of sustainability and innovation at Vrije University in the Netherlands. Her tenure in business has been consistently marked by a dedication to social responsibility and sustainability while still achieving business goals and driving growth.