● Elected to the European Parliament in 2014 and 2019
● Coordinator of the Renew Europe group for the Committee on Agriculture and Rural Development
● Chair of the Delegation for relations with Australia and New Zealand (DANZ)
Executive Vice President of the EDP, Ulrike Müller has her roots in dairy farming and has been a politician at local and regional level for almost 25 years. Deeply rooted in her community, Ulrike Müller is strongly committed to developing policies that benefit citizens in all regions of the European Union. In her second term in the European Parliament, she continues to serve diligently on the Agriculture and Environment Committees. She is the Renew Europe Group Coordinator for the Committee on Agriculture and Rural Development (AGRI) and also a member of the Petitions Committee, which aims to strengthen the voice of citizens in European politics. She chairs the Delegation for relations with Australia and New Zealand (DANZ), and is a member of the Conference of Delegation Chairpersons (CPDE) and the Delegation for relations with South Asian countries (DSAS). In 2020, she founded and became president of the European Academy for Equal Opportunities. Her career in public service began in her native Bavaria. She was a member of the Bavarian Landtag from 2008 to 2014 where she served on the Committee for Food, Agriculture and Forestry. Prior to that, she was from 2022 to 2008 deputy mayor of Missen-Wilhams.
The EU's new forestry strategy for 2030 was adopted this afternoon in Parliament's plenary session
Our Executive Vice President and MEP Ulrike Müller calls for better integration of people with disabilities.