Jane Pinczuk, CEO
Jane Pinczuk is the Founder & CEO The Music in Me Foundation International and Author of the “Rap” on Reading Book Series. Her books, empowerment, literacy, educational and anti-bullying programs are inspired by her children’s enormous learning challenges and their tremendous victories in overcoming them, while discovering their gifts (a.k.a. superpowers) through their passions. She is a professional communicator and writer with 30 years of experience in newspapers, magazines, books and television. Her work has
appeared in The Washington Post and The New York Times, among other publications. She is the author of three critically acclaimed children's picture books, with several more to be released soon.
She wears many hats as an educator, music producer, children's theatre entertainer, pantomime and dancer as well. Her performances have been seen at the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Wolf Trap Center, public/private schools throughout the Washington Metropolitan Area and other public venues. For many years, she performed with Bobby McFerrin doing improvisational dance.
Using the same “Music in Me” philosophy that lead her children to achieve enormous success, Pinczuk is determined to spread her special brand of hope and inspiration to youth by helping them prevent and stop bullying, become positive thinkers & doers and discover their unique “superpowers” to obtain their dreams.