Isabel Müller

After studying and researching global inequities, Isabel attempted to alleviate some of the impacts caused by systemic injustices by working as a social worker in a shelter for refugees in Berlin. Seeing growth and learning as an ever-evolving pursuit, Isabel strikes to discover and understand the outer as well as the inner worlds. Growing up in Southern Germany, she has lived and worked in many contexts, from Tanzania and Myanmar to Uganda and the Netherlands, and after years away, she found her home back in Germany, Berlin, where she’s been cosily living since two years with friends. Isabel loves to spend time in nature and to practice yoga and meditation. She tentatively paints for the fun of it and loves to read, inspired by authors like Albert Camus, Patti Smith, Jack Kerouac, Henry David Thoreau and Chaim Potok.

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