Here we believe...



At Be Well, Sis, our mission is to empower Black women with the resources they need to heal and thrive in all aspects of their lives. As an award-winning wellness podcast and community, we are dedicated to providing a safe and inclusive space for Black women to connect, share, and grow. We believe that everyone deserves to feel their best mentally, emotionally, physically, and spiritually, and we are committed to filling the gap in representation and inclusivity in the wellness space. Through our podcast, events, and online resources, we strive to inspire and support Black women on their journey to wellness and self-care.

Our vision is to create a world where Black women feel valued, supported, and celebrated in their pursuit of wellness. We envision a future where Black women have equal access to the resources and opportunities they need to heal, grow, and thrive, and where they are recognized and respected as leaders in the wellness space. We believe that by providing a safe and inclusive platform for Black women to connect, share, and learn from one another, we can create a ripple effect of empowerment and transformation that touches every aspect of their lives. We are dedicated to building a community of strong, resilient, and self-loving Black women who are poised to make a positive impact in the world.


Since its debut in March 2020, Be Well, Sis has made a significant impact on the wellness industry. Recognized by Apple Podcasts as "New and Noteworthy" and ranked among the TOP 10 of Alternative Health podcasts and TOP 200 of all Apple Podcasts in the United States, Be Well, Sis has quickly established itself as a leading voice in the wellness space. With an engaged and growing community of listeners, Be Well, Sis has surpassed 250,000 downloads, demonstrating its widespread appeal and reach. In addition to its impressive rankings, Be Well, Sis has also received numerous accolades, including the Best Health and Wellness Podcast by the Black Podcasting Awards in both 2020 and 2021, as well as being named Best New Podcast in 2020. These achievements speak to the valuable and impactful work that Be Well, Sis is doing to empower Black women and create a more inclusive and representative wellness industry.


My name is Dr. Cassandre Dunbar and like you- I’m a woman of many hats. As a mother of 2 young boys, medical doctor, wife, educator, Wellness writer, 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 worst 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.

I'm Cassandre!

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