Almut Möller is a senior policy analyst working on European Union affairs and foreign policy, as well as on Germany’s role in Europe. She is presently the head of the Berlin office for the European Council on Foreign Relations (ECFR), an independent pan-European think tank.
A political scientist, Almut started her professional career at the Centre for Applied Policy Research (CAP) at the LMU University of Munich (1999-2008). From there she moved to London, focusing on EU-Middle East relations, and starting up her own online foreign policy brief on Germany, the Berlin Brief (2008-2010). From London she went on to be appointed as Director of the Europe Programme at the German Council on Foreign Relations (DGAP, 2010-2015), moving on in 2015 to head the office of the European Council on Foreign Relations in Berlin.
Almut, fluent in English, French and German, has published widely on European affairs and foreign and security policy with research fellowships taking her to Renmin University in Beijing, the Al Ahram Center for Political and Security Studies in Cairo, and the American Institute for Contemporary German Studies in Washington D.C., where she remains a non-resident fellow.
She is a frequent commentator across German and international media, and a passionate moderator with a wealth of experience in chairing and facilitating debates on European affairs. In this role she has been working with the German Federal President’s Office, German and European foundations and parties, the Federal Agency for Civic Education (Bundeszentrale für politische Bildung), KfW Bank, and the Akademie der Künste Berlin, among others.
Almut is passionate about strengthening the role of women in international affairs, and is a member of the extended board of Women in International Security (WIIS.de).