Alin Louis Hall is a frequent columnist for Haitian newspapers Le Nouvelliste and Le National. He has regularly written about Post Traumatic Slave Syndrome (PTSS) and the psychopathology affecting Afro descendants. As a result of several years of research, Hall has recently published the well acclaimed Ayiti-Exit series of articles and has developed the Transplantation Syndrome theory. Hall is also the author of La Péninsule Républicaine, an historical essay published in 2014 on the contribution of southern Haiti to the first Afro descendant self-determination experiment in America and the Haitian revolution.
As a former private banker, financial advisor, and mortgage executive in Palm Beach County, Florida, Hall brings more than 20 years of experience in the banking, securities, mortgage, and insurance industries. He is currently a credit and risk analyst, and also holds the CFP designation from the CFP Board of Standards, a Bachelor of Science in finance from Nova Southeastern University, and a Master of Science in finance from Florida Atlantic University.
Hall is also the founder of Xaragua Advisory Group (XAG), an initiative born of the earthquake that devastated Haiti in 2010. XAG is a group of recognized renewable energy design infrastructure and investment banking professionals. These professional have teamed up to provide unique resources, talents, and experiences to propose and initiate major macroeconomic enablers, such as the creation of a securities exchange commission, the incubation of the Haitian National Securities Exchange (HNSE), the Haitian Agricultural Exchange (HAE), and the Peninsula Development Authority (PDA) to oversee a special autonomous economic zone for the development of the southern peninsula and the expansion of the Antoine-Simon Airport into a passenger and cargo hub for the Caribbean.