Anderson, known to most by his last name "Soulouque," is the Founding Director and Head Creole Instructor of Pale Dlololo Creole Institute. With a passion for language and culture, Soulouque received his Bachelor of Science in Communications from Conservatoire Haitien D’Art Dramatique and a Certificate in Spanish from Institut de Langue de l'Universite de la Fondation Aristide. He is fluent in Creole, French, English, and Spanish, and has advanced proficiency in Portuguese, so feel free to strike up a conversation in the language of your choice!
With several years of experience as a Creole Instructor and Interpreter, Soulouque founded Pale Dlololo in January, 2014 and continues to develop innovative tools and methodologies that maximize students’ language learning and retention. He is passionate about Haitian history and culture, and loves sharing his perspective with students both in and out of the classroom.
In his “free” time, Soulouque collaborates with several NGOs and Universities to implement community-based training and development projects.
Photo gallery of some of our adventures in Haiti
Haiti is one of the best kept secret of the Caribbean!
Sometimes, when people think of Haiti, they think of disasters, poverty and political tensions, but Haiti is none of these.
We are one of the most peaceful and hospitable nations. We have a wonderful history, a remarkable landscape and a rich culture. Our beaches, waterfalls, mountains and wild nature are secrets we want to share with you. We want you to come here and see from your own eyes the magnificence of the Hispaniola Island that was once and remains the Pearl of the Caribbean.