Muller-Taylor graduated from Brigham Young University with a bachelor’s degree in geography and minors in asian studies, international development, and international strategy & diplomacy. He has spent the last year working as a researcher on the Global Truth Commission Index research project, specifically analyzing the effectiveness of commission final reports in Morocco, East Timor, South Africa, Mauritius, and Nigeria. He gained valuable experience as President of the Geography Student Association and as an intern with Catholic Community Services’ refugee foster care program in Salt Lake City. During his undergraduate studies, he worked as a Thai interpreter building upon the language skills he gained from spending 2 years as a missionary in Thailand after his freshman year of college. In his senior year, he was a FLAS scholarship recipient due to his Thai fluency. He hopes to remain involved in Southeast Asia and aspires to work there in the future.