Junior Programme Officer, Resource Mobilisation and Marketing
Ashley Müller is currently a Junior Programme Officer at the Geneva Centre for Security Policy and a former Young Leader in Foreign and Security Policy Fellow at the GCSP, part of the Global Fellowship Initiative. She is also an Executive Committee member for ‘Just Governance for Human Security’ an international event, part of the Caux Forum under the CAUX-Initiatives of Change Foundation.
Previously, Ms Müller worked as a consultant for Initiatives of Change UK in project management and programme development in ethical leadership, sustainable communities and trustbuilding, while also working as the UK National Coordinator and Facilitator for Creators of Peace, an international programme equipping and supporting women in local peacebuilding initiatives, NGOs and civil society organisations.
She graduated from the Caux Peace and Leadership Programme based in Switzerland in 2015, and has been trained in facilitation techniques with the Centre for Effective Dispute Resolution in London. She has also participated in social justice research projects in the USA, Morocco, China, the Netherlands and Japan. She holds two Bachelor’s degrees, one in Political Science, another in International Development from the University of Calgary in Canada. Ashley speaks English and Mandarin Chinese and aims to focus future work on peace and security in East Asia.