Chloe Opuama was destined for a career in research. At the age of 11, she started a family bulletin collecting information from all of her family members and compiling it into a print-ready document for everyone to read. Fast tracking to her adult years, Chloe went on to study her undergraduate degree at the University of Glasgow and would follow up with two Masters’ degrees at the Glasgow School of Art and the Robert Gordon University.
Her initial interest in the subjects of arts and music was fuelled by a keenness to explore how these experiences can have a positive influence and how they can influence our emotions as individuals. This naturally led her to studying Applied Psychology and she is a graduate registered member of The British Psychological Society.
Chloe’s inter-disciplinary skills across humanities, psychology and research are well suited to her role at Safe As Houses. As a Tech-In-Care researcher, she works towards finding the most personalised digital health care solutions which can provide an optimum client experience.
Chloe is committed to researching the best technology for care residents, knowing the impact on how this can improve mental health and well-being. She has a keen interest in supporting the mental health of others and is a trained crisis counsellor for those in need.
Chloe’s personal Safe As Houses career highlight is our collaboration with Person-Centred Software that she facilitated when she introduced us to the company. This meeting of two like-minded and value-driven companies has been an extremely productive partnership.
In her free time, Chloe likes to walk her dog Breagha and also loves to travel to explore new countries.