We Are The KBDB3 Family

We work and strive to build communities where equity, equality, humanity, and good health are attainable for all!


To see our people achieve their optimal level of holistic health and wellness by knowing better, doing better, and ultimately being better.


Through advocation and intentional programming we build capacity, change behaviors and mindsets, to create a spirit of altruism for individuals, families, and our communities.

We Love What We Do

We move people to see, think, and feel differently about ways of optimizing their health and wellbeing. We Change Lives!

Our team impacts the dimensions of health and wellness by addressing:

  • Cultural Responsiveness
  • Diversity & Inclusion
  • Anti-racism
  • Political Awareness & Engagement
  • Health Education/Literacy
  • Self-awareness
  • Empowerment



Company Timeline



October, 2017

When it all began

A group of committed, ambitious public health professionals came together to devise a way to leverage their gifts in order to positively impact the lives of those who might benefit the most… They created KBDB3

December, 2018

KBDB3 officially introduces itself to the public

Fast forward to mid-December 2018… the organization started to take shape through partnerships, collaborations, and community outreach




The real work begins

We rolled up our sleeves…and began the business of planning, coordinating and implementing our various community programs, events, and activities


TTB screens at the 27th Annual Pan African Arts & Film Festival in Los Angeles, CA


Hosts Youth Focus Group, Raleigh, NC


KBDB3 conducts 3-Day Cultural Responsiveness training in Des Moines, Iowa


TTB returned to NC for a hometown encore screening in Cary, NC

TTB was the Feature Film at the African Diaspora International Film Festival in Chicago, IL


TTB receives “Best Narrative Award” at the Newark International Film Festival in NJ


Hosts 1st Annual Back to School PLAY Day Jam for children and families

TTB screening at the North Carolina Gay and Lesbian Film Festival, Durham, NC


Sickle Cell Advocation Training in Fayetteville, NC


Sickle Cell Advocation Training in Jacksonville, NC


TTB wins “Best Director Award” at Arlington International Film Festival in Boston, MA


Partnered w/ Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc., for World AIDS Day in Durham, NC

TTB screened at the New York African Diaspora International Film Festival, NY

We Need Your Help

The members of KBDB3 are a team of current and former public health professionals who are dedicated to improving the health and wellbeing of our community. Sometimes in order to make a difference, we rely on the support and generosity of individuals and organizations in our community. We need your help. Please Donate.

Our Team

Meet the creative team behind the scenes of KBDB3

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Upcoming Events

Check out our event carousel to discover upcoming events in the community. Click on each event to find out more and hope to see you there!


I have been lucky enough to attend several KBDB3 functions. Their events and people are focused on finding ways to encourage you to think about the world around you and how you fit in. They use talks, music, film, and discussions to help you gain a broader understanding of social issues and recognize ways to impact change in yourself and others. Most importantly; their positivity, fun and relaxed atmosphere give you inspiration and motivation to carry on the discussions with others and to act on doing and being better!
Ryan Jones Durham, NC
It has been my absolute pleasure to attend the KBDB3 event! It was not only extremely moving, entertaining and plain old fun, it was quite informative! I learned so much and I am excited about the work this group has planned for our community!! There is a HUGE gap regarding mental wellness and I’m so proud that KBDB3 has taken that helm to move us all forward!! Great work guys!!
Regina Sanders Moore Holly Springs, NC
I’m so proud of this group of individuals, KBDB3! The events have been awesome and the wealth of information provided for the community is needed for all ages. If you don’t know better you can’t do better!
Raquel McNeil Dunn, NC