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Pascale Millien-Faustin

Pascale Millien-Faustin is a Haitian-born dancer, choreographer, community activist and the author of a collection of short stories in Haitian Creole, Tim Tim: Jaden Kreyasyon. She graduated from Norwalk Community College in Norwalk, Connecticut with an Associate degree in Management and later from Charter Oak State College in New Britain, Connecticut earning a Bachelor Degree in Human Services Management. She is fascinated by Haitian culture and started her debut in Haitian Folklore and theatre in 1988 with Sosyete Koukouy Miami, a cultural organization established since 1965 to promote Haitian culture through different art forms in US, Canada and Haiti. In 1990, Pascale became founder and Dance Director of Sosyete Koukouy Connecticut. She is the President of the Haitian Women Association of Connecticut. Pascale continues to provide Human services related assistance to member of the Fairfield County area. She has been instrumental in organizing rallies for equality and justice for Haitian Immigrants. She has both volunteered and worked at The Haitian She has served in several boards of many local non-profit organizations. Pascale has taught Afro-Caribbean Dance Classes at Hall Academy of Arts and later co-founded Anacaona Enrichment Program to offer local families multiple programs and activities for children ages 5 through 17. She is a member and warden of St. John’s Episcopal Church in Bridgeport where she coordinates youth and cultural activities for Community in Motion. She has been an integral member of the Connecticut Haitian Voice Team since the newspaper’s creation. Pascale speaks four languages: Creole, English, French and Spanish.

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