Alis Rowe

“Alis Rowe writes complex psychological material with such simplicity and dead on truth.”

Meet The Girl With The Curly Hair

Yo, welcome to my website. My name is Alis and I am the founder of The Curly Hair Project, a social enterprise that supports people on the autistic spectrum. I live in London. I have a 1st class chemistry degree and a Masters. I am an author, scriptwriter, songwriter, rapper, film director, marketer and entrepreneur.

I have the energy of a Siberian Husky and the drive of a Mercedes Benz.

I was diagnosed with Asperger’s Syndrome when I was 22 and I started The Curly Hair Project to innovate the way the world views and understands autism. I’m extremely passionate and disciplined about what I do!

I have combined all of my interests and skills – and learned plenty of new skills along the way! – to create some amazing resources including: books, visual guides, blog, infographics, training courses, webinars, songs and animated films.

Several years later The Curly Hair Project is now an award-winning organisation known worldwide and my resources are endorsed by the world’s leading clinical psychologist, Professor Tony Attwood.

I very much hope you enjoy my work and that it helps make your life and relationships more manageable and enjoyable.

Sincerely,

Alis Rowe

Weightlifting:

My favourite hobby is Olympic weightlifting (snatch and clean & jerk), which I do 6 or 7 times per week. 

Rap music:

I am an independent rapper and songwriter. Find out more on my Alis Rowe Music website.

Marketing, website development and SEO:

My other company is called Lioness Marketing. We build websites and create and manage marketing campaigns for veterinary practices.

Education:

BSc Chemistry First Class and MChem
3 A levels (Computing, Chemistry, Physics)
2 AS levels (Maths, Biology)
10 GCSEs

Interests:

Olympic weightlifting, nutrition and fitness, listening to audio books, rap/hip hop music, cycling, cats, Black Russian Terriers, writing, making films

 

“Your commitment and dedication in sharing your experiences, your thoughts and feelings indeed changes the hearts and minds of all of us who read your posts and blogs. You teach professionals through your training programmes and your books. Your skills in raising awareness alter the mind set of people world wide. Above all, you continually help me to understand my darling grandson more and more every day. A thank you never seems enough, but I do thank you hugely. I send you boundless blessings every day x”

“Thank you for all you have done and do Alis. Have been following you since the beginning, and you will never know how much help you have been to me and my family, and how much you helped me to change my own opinion of myself.”

“I am in awe of how much you have done for raising awareness of ASD in girls for me and the world at large. Without you I’d have been in the madhouse long ago. You have helped me understand my daughter and son better than majority of the copious websites & pages I have spent researching in 14yrs. Kudos to you. Our Angel xx”

You’re more than loved Alis, you’re helping to build more solid mental health for the next generation of autistic girls.”

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