Who WE Are
Mueller Communications’ mission is to provide our clients access to a team of the best communicators and strategic problem-solvers around.
Hi, I’m Elizabeth Hummitzsch (don’t worry, I didn’t know how to pronounce it at first either). I started at Mueller over 10 years ago as an intern. Fresh out of college at UW-Madison, I immediately knew I had found my career. Over the past ten years, I’ve quite literally grown up at the firm. As I’ve transitioned into a leadership role, I’ve had exposure to and experience with all of our service areas and the diverse portfolio of clients we serve.
I was fortunate to be a part of the team that helped announce the Village of Mount Pleasant as the future home of Foxconn, as well as navigate, communicate and celebrate the project’s complex details, timelines and approvals. Another favorite project of mine has been our work to drive awareness of and support for the Milwaukee Soldiers Home Historic District. I have been fortunate to be a part of the team that laid the groundwork for returning six of the District’s vacant and deteriorating historic buildings to their original purpose: the service of veterans.
There are also the projects that can be tough to talk about: companies, organizations and individuals who find themselves in the midst of a crisis. Though these issues are challenging, we get to stand next to the ‘good guys’ and help them through a very tough time. We work to protect businesses and reputations, and often make right something that has gone terribly wrong.
Beyond the hours of 9-5, I’m mom and wife. My husband John and I live in our hometown of Waukesha with our sons, Parker and Lincoln. We are homebodies to the core, but, since John is on the girls basketball coaching staff, we will make it out to cheer on Waukesha West whenever possible. You’ll also find us in the pews of Spring Creek Church on Sundays, it’s one of our favorite places to be.