Cassandre Dunbar, M.D.

 

 

Too often, Black women are a mere afterthought in conversations around Wellness. Not in this space…

Hey Sis! 

My name is Cassandre (pronounced Cassandra) and like you- I’m a woman of many hats. As a mother of 2 young boys, medical doctor, wife, educator, Wellness blogger, and host of the Be Well, Sis Podcast. I’m incredibly passionate about the wellness and self-care practices of Black millennial women. 

Shortly after graduating medical school, I became pregnant with my eldest and was made very aware of the things that I put both in and on my body. This became even more important after giving birth to a child with many sensitivities and allergies. In doing my own research, I learned that there was a large gap between what I learned in medical school and what it truly means to be well. Since then, I’ve been on a journey to be well in mind, body, and spirit. 

In my quest for knowledge, I quickly realized that we are often underrepresented or alienated in Wellness spaces although we often also suffer the worse medical outcomes compared to our peers. 

So, I’ve become dedicated to providing relevant resources that resonate with those of us who feel forgotten. This is my love letter to you. 

I’m so glad you’re here. Be well, Sis. 

Join the Be well, sis Tribe.

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