Nicole Izzo Mlynczak
Career Communities: Composition, Education, and Performance
Nicole Izzo Mlynczak (she/her) is an educator, musician, conductor, and higher education professional who believes in an individualized, compassionate, and relationship-based approach to teaching, learning, and leadership.
She is responsible for the collaborative design of new and comprehensive approaches to career education that support and enhance student satisfaction, success outcomes, and their Berklee experience. She collaborates with Academic Affairs, particularly on the curriculum for the internship and Co-Op programs, Experiential Design Lab, and other professional development courses at Berklee. She also assists with the development and implementation of career education, student employment, career advising and services, mentoring programs, and other experiential programming and events strategy, policy, and administration. Mlynczak serves as one of Berklee's Fulbright Program advisors and works with students to develop, identify, and articulate their values, strengths, and skills, as well as realize their career potential with an emphasis on careers in the areas of performance and education.
Prior to coming to Berklee, she spent many years in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, where she was a successful band director, clinician, adjudicator, private instructor, and doubler on clarinet and saxophone. She was also the director of the Tapestry Visual and Performing Arts Program, serving and mentoring students and artists through authentic artistic and creative experiences. She holds a B.M. in clarinet performance, a B.M.E. in K–12 instrumental education, and an M.M. in music education and wind conducting from Louisiana State University.
Schedule an appointment with Nicole.
Appointments can be scheduled by logging into the Berklee Career Manager. Select “Request an Advising Appointment," choose the "Career Center" location, and then check off Nicole's name to see her availability.