Annika Möller - That's how she rolls

Berlin is beautiful! Still, now and then one can think about going elsewhere - like Annika Möller. Read at if she will put this plan into action or if she will rather stay and enjoy the sun and Berlin's air in Lichtenberg!


Photo: Annika Möller; Copyright: Andi Weiland |

Annika Möller; © Andi Weiland |

Name: Annika Möller
Age: 26
City: Berlin, Germany
Occupation: Employee in a press office and also employee of the Commissioner for the Disabled of Berlin Lichtenberg
Impairment: Spinal muscular atrophy type 2

More about Annika Möller (only in German) at:
When did you last laugh heartily and what about?

Annika Möller: A really good question. I like laughing and I do it often, but I do not always remember why I laughed.

What have you always been wanting to do and why have you never done this so far?

Annika Möller: Sometimes I think: Hey, now you're going to leave Berlin for a longer time. But I haven't done it yet. But I will, some day.

Which person has influenced you most?

Annika Möller:
My parents. Why? Because they always accepted me the way I am

You have the chance to become the German Federal Commissioner for the Disabled. What would you do first?

Annika Möller: I think I would not even know where to start. In first place I would campaign for a good so called Bundesteilhabegesetz (Federal Participation Law). People who need assistance in their everyday life should not be forced to pay the assistance.
Photo: Annika Möller; Copyright: Andi Weiland |

© Andi Weiland |

Your life is made into a film: Who would represent you?

Annika Möller:
I think the German actress Nora Tschirner could do this job. She is tough, eloquent and also good looking.

I would like to be ...

Annika Möller: a man. But only for one day, please.

Which questions would you like answered the most?

Annika Möller: Who will give me back the time I spend for all the applications every year? Why does everything have to be so extremely bureaucratic?

What I finally want to say...

Annika Möller: Life ist beautiful :) - but sometimes it is also exhausting.