John Mlynczak
John Mlynczak has an extensive range of experiences in music education and technology.  Currently he is Managing Director of Noteflight, a Hal Leonard company, President of the Technology Institute of Music Educators (TI:ME), and Adjunct Professor of Music Technology at Louisiana State University. John also serves as Advocacy Chair of the Massachusetts Music Educator's Association and on the NAMM SupportMusic Coalition and the NAfME Advocacy Leadership Force.  Mr. Mlynczak is a Google Level 2 Certified Educator and a frequent clinician on education technology and music advocacy, and provides professional development to schools and districts across the country. 

​Previously, John served as Director of Education for PreSonus Audio, where he developed curriculum, products, and marketing strategies for music education technology.  This work is all available on
As an educator Mr. Mlynczak taught general music, band, choir, marching band, and music technology.  He started the first music technology course in Louisiana  and wrote the state curriculum for an official approved course. From 2011- 2013 John served as Chairman of the Creative Arts Assessment Committee in Louisiana and provided model assessment for the creative arts. 
As a performer John currently plays first trumpet in the MetWinds in Boston and has enjoyed a long career of performing in symphony orchestras, pit orchestras, and top 40 bands. 
John Mlynczak earned a Bachelor of Music Education degree from Virginia Commonwealth University, and Masters degrees in both Music Performance and Education Leadership from Louisiana State University.