Sophie Müller

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Sophie Müller joined Hill & Knowlton in Brussels in September 2006, after serving at the European Commission's Secretariat-General and offers expertise in the German political landscape.[1][2]


According to Hill & Knowlton's 2009 booklet on International Trade Public Policy, there:[3]

Sophie has advised clients such as NASSCOM and the government of the Maldives on trade and pharmaceutical issues. Previously, Sophie was a trainee in the European Commission’s Secretariat-General, where she worked on briefs for the President of the Commission and the internal coordination of policy files.

She holds a Magister Artium degree in Political Science from the University of Bonn/Germany, and a Master’s degree in Advanced European Studies from the Europe Institute Basel/CH.


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  1. Public Affairs News, February 2007, p.10.
  2. Originally, Public Affairs News states that Müller joined Hill & Knowlton in January 2007; however, it is stated to be September 2006 by documents piblished by the company. Se next reference for an example.
  3. Hill & Knowlton, International Trade Public Policy, 2009, accessed 13 March 2010.