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Sisters aim to make wigs more inclusive for cancer survivors

Sisters aim to make wigs more inclusive for cancer survivors

Celtics grants support minority-owned small businesses

CityLine: Sun. Sept. 5, 2021: Dianne Austin, Coils and Locs

Coils to Locs Named Small Business of the Year, 2021

Coils to Locs Named Small Business of the Year, 2021

The Boston Globe

With grants, Celtics and others aim to boost Black-owned small businesses

Coils to Locs Named One of Boston's Startups to Watch in 2021

Coils to Locs Named One of Boston's Startups to Watch in 2021

Closing the Gap in Breast Cancer Care

Closing the Gap in Breast Cancer Care and Support for Black Women

Coils To Locs VP featured in "I Am Jimmy" Video

Coils To Locs VP featured in "I Am Jimmy" Video

The Boston Celtics And NAACP Launch $1M Grant To Aid Recovering Black Businesses Impacted By The Pandemic

The Boston Celtics And NAACP Launch $1M Grant To Aid Recovering Black Businesses Impacted By The Pandemic

Celtics grants support minority-owned small businesses

Dianne Austin on Exceptional Women

How a Breast Cancer Survivor Launched a Medical Wig Company For Curly and Coily Hair Types

How a Breast Cancer Survivor Launched a Medical Wig Company For Curly and Coily Hair Types

Honored to Join the Ranks of OneToughB!

Honored to Join the Ranks of OneToughB!

Black Women Battling Breast Cancer Deserve More Wig Options, According to Coils to Locs Founder Dianne Austin

Check Out InStyle's Latest Beauty Boss -CEO of Coils to Locs!

Coils To Locs: Cancer And A Life Pivot Creates A Startup

Coils to Locs featured on Forbes.com

Coils to Locs Named Small Business of the Year, 2021

For Black women, a special chemo challenge: finding a wig that works

She couldn't find a cancer wig, so she started a company

She couldn't find a cancer wig, so she started a company

Beyond Thriving: Cancer

Dianne Austin featured in Beyond Thriving Series

Black women entrepreneurs sell the medical wigs other companies won’t

Black women entrepreneurs sell the medical wigs other companies won’t

Celtics grants support minority-owned small businesses

Celtics grants support minority-owned small businesses

Dianne Austin was featured on People

This Mom & Cancer Survivor Couldn’t Find Curly, Textured Wigs After Chemo, So She Created Her Own

Dianne on Elle

Black Cancer Patients Don't Have Wigs That Represent Them. One Cancer Survivor Is Changing That

Because Hair Comes in All Textures

Because Hair Comes in All Textures

Dianne has been featured in

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