Ambassador Kasper Høeg-Jensen
Director Private Office of the Secretary General – Denmark
Ambassador Kasper Høeg-Jensen is the Director of the Private Office of the NATO Secretary General
Ambassador Kasper Høeg-Jensen has a distinguished record of diplomatic service. He entered the Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs in 1995, having previously served as Political Adviser to the Embassy of Japan in Copenhagen. In 1997 he served as First Secretary at the Danish Mission to NATO. This was followed by a six year period in the Danish Prime Minister’s Office. First as Senior Foreign Policy Advisor and later as the Head of the Private Office under the current Secretary General, Anders Fogh Rasmussen and later his successor Lars Løkke Rasmussen.
In 2009 Ambassador Kasper Høeg-Jensen was appointed Minister and Deputy Head of Mission at the Royal Danish Embassy to the United Kingdom in London.
Ambassador Kasper Høeg-Jensen is married and has three children.