Our team

Program Manager – Elizabeth Cizinsky
Elizabeth oversees and manages all aspects from conception to execution of Scale Up Milwaukee programs and events, including the Growth Accelerator and SPARC. Elizabeth also directs all program evaluation, data collection and analysis, and economic research. She earned her degree in Economics and Political Science from Marquette University. Her career has ranged from work on Capitol Hill in Washington to Marquette University Law School and Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin.
 
In addition to her work with Scale Up Milwaukee, Elizabeth also is a Big Sister through Big Brothers Big Sisters of Metro Milwaukee, serves on the Board of Directors for Fund Milwaukee, is a member of the Milwaukee Hub of Global Shapers and a new inductee of TEMPO’s Emerging Women Leaders.

Business and Marketing Manager – Mallory Davis 
With a marketing internship at Rolling Stone Magazine, B.A. in Communication and a post-baccalaureate certificate in Fashion Merchandising under her belt, Mallory launched her career in product development with national retailer Kohl’s Department Stores. During her time at Kohl’s, she was a product and brand manager overseeing several different brands and business areas ranging from $50M-$180M in annual revenue. Following her retail experience, Mallory pivoted into the agency world where she became an Account Director with a New York based creative agency that specializes in experiential marketing. In early 2019, she became an adjunct instructor at Mount Mary University.
 
In addition to her professional career, Mallory enjoys being an invested part of her community. She volunteers with Interfaith, a Milwaukee nonprofit that assists and supports the elderly community; actively engages with the Walker’s Point Association; and she was also a co-host on HGTV’s My Flippin’ Friends where she and others flipped homes in Milwaukee to make their community a more beautiful place to live.
Executive Director – Elmer Moore Jr.
Elmer came to Milwaukee as the director of business development for Allen Edmonds Corporation, a manufacturer and retailer of premium men’s footwear, apparel, and accessories. He previously led multicultural student recruitment as associate dean of admissions at Bowdoin College in Brunswick, Maine, and has traveled extensively speaking and teaching on the topics of admissions, diversity and public speaking. Elmer also teaches entrepreneurship at Marquette University.

Elmer serves on the board of Make a Difference Wisconsin, an organization teaching financial literacy to teens. He earned his B.A. from Muhlenberg College in Allentown, PA, and his MBA from Columbia Business School in New York City.