Who We Are
Community Capacity Development (CCD) Worldwide: Empowering Communities for a Just Future
CCD is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to fostering growth and healing in historically disenfranchised communities grappling with issues like gun violence, food injustice, mass incarceration, substandard housing, and inadequate education options. Our primary objective is the complete eradication of gun violence by providing essential support and resources to Black and BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, People of Color) individuals.
K.BAINFounder & Executive Director
Founder and Executive Director of Community Capacity Development.
Emerging as one of the world’s leading experts in the field of community led public safety, K Bain is a socialpreneur, public speaker and activist for human rights, human development and human justice. Bain is a nationally recognized thought leader and strategists in the areas of conflict resolution and mediation, intergenerational wealth building, and youth development. Bain’s demonstrated track record spans two decades with accomplishments in government, education, entertainment, philanthropy and business and now the non-profit sector He has been an unparalleled and incomparable voice in promoting violence as a public health issue, structural and systemic racial discrimination, personal and professional development through sustainable growth planning on the local, national and international stage. As the founder and principle of Globan Bain, he has successfully brought together leading experts to address and elevate the skill sets, capacity and scalability of for profit and nonprofit organizations dedicated to uplifting marginalized communities.
He also serves as the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Community Capacity Development (CCD), a Human Justice organization dedicated to community renewal, community led public safety and grass roots driven economic and social development. In spring of 2021, Bain was sworn in as a Commissioner to New York City’s Racial Justice Commission. As one of 11 appointed commissioner’s, Bain is charged with examining the City’s foundations to identify structures and systems that by design, implementation, or impact enable and perpetuate inequitable power, access, and opportunity. Bain has presented nationally as a guest lecturer and keynote speaker in colleges and universities such as UCLA, NYU, Princeton and Columbia University and has provide guidance on human justice solutions for multilateral systems of inequity to cities including but not limited to; Baltimore, Newark, Miami, Durham, Newburgh, Chicago and countries such as Ghana, Dominican Republic, Trinidad and Tobago and the commonwealth of Puerto Rico.
Bain is a graduate of Brooklyn College, where he earned his B.A. in African Studies and Sociology, and a M.A. in Urban Policy and Public Administration. He has completed post graduate, executive leadership trainings and certification at Harvard University, New York University’s Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development and Columbia University’s Center for Justice and has earned a Congressional Achievement Award from the 5th Congressional District, and multiple citations from elected officials across the United States.