Author - Teacher - Musician - Group Facilitator
Jorgelina Zeoli was born in New York and raised in Argentina. Daughter of the Argentinean organist and composer Héctor Zeoli, she came back to the States to study organ at The New England Conservatory of Music. A former organ recitalist, she specialized in the development of church music programs.
Her books and films cover the following topics: social justice, healing from trauma, Alzheimer's Disease (Journey of a Caregiver), inspirational poetry and songs, and more.
In 2005 Jorgelina wrote and produced her inspirational musical God on the Back burner, Call of the Broken Heart, which offers an introduction to her autobiographical work about overcoming human suffering through humor, poetry, music, art, and spiritual and psychological insight.
In 2010 she wrote the collection Jorgelina's Songs, Inspirational Music for a New Earth.
In 2014 came the five-book collection Rebirth from Ashes and in 2015, the four-book series about Alzheimer's Disease, Journey of a Caregiver.
Currently, Jorgelina freelances as church organist, singer and choir director. She also teaches piano, singing and Tai Chi. She is an inspirational speaker, group facilitator and empathic listener, and she continues her writing.