Hannah Muller is currently studying at the University of Oregon, majoring in sociology and minoring in anthropology. She has been involved with Play in the Wild!, Temba and conflict resolution in many forms since age six. Hannah was born and raised on Full Belly Farm, a family run, organic and sustainable farm in Northern California. To this day, she feels the most grounded when her soles are in soil. She has worked at various camps since 2002, and spends her summers exploring the outdoors and traveling the world. Hannah has a love for learning and exploring in community, and believes whole-heartedly that Nonviolent Communication is something to be lived, not learned. Hannah feels a strong connection to understanding human needs and growing and healing through movement and art. She believes in the power of sustaining your body and mind through what is consumed and has a passion for sharing and cooking healthy and local food.