Anel Muller

Anel Muller

Anel's natural curiosity has led her down multiple creative paths, which have fueled her need for creating order out of chaos without impacting the creative process.

From teaching politics to high schoolers to reconstructing the history of computers to curating the world of Walt Disney, Anel has managed to turn her passions into an exciting career full of unparalleled experiences. Before joining Adaptive Path, Anel was Registrar and Curatorial Assistant for The Walt Disney Family Foundation, Media Collections Manager at the Computer History Museum, Collections Manager at the Cartoon Art Museum, and a ninth grade history teacher.

Her ability to thrive in dynamic environments has helped her understand the importance of communication and teamwork. She aspires to contribute to the human experience by participating in work that improves the present, but that will also have a deeper impact in the future. Anel has a M.A. in Museum Studies from John F. Kennedy University and a M.S. in Elementary Education from Nova Southeastern University.

On the days when she is not trying to change the world, Anel enjoys listening to indie bands, cooking (and eating), learning new languages, laughing, building forts in the living room with her daughter and her new son, and visiting her ex-cat, Spike.