Stephanie Ong

Joined CCOP:  2017


  • Senior Patroller – Patrol Division
  • Board of Advisers Member – Administrative Division

CCOP Awards / Recognition:

  • Promoted to Senior Patroller (SPtlr.) – 03/2019
  • Castro Sentinel (CS)

Stephanie Ong was born and raised in San Francisco. She was educated at City College of San Francisco and San Francisco State University, studying accounting. She worked for 15 years at Schiff Hardin, serving as the billing coordinator in the accounting department.

She began working for the YMCA of San Francisco in 2016 where she is currently a HR Administrative Coordinator. In 2017 she joined the Association Office Safety Committee of the YMCA of San Francisco and in 2018 became its Chair.

She enjoys reading books, watching baseball and basketball games, and volunteering her time to the community to ensure the safety of the community. She is a SF Giants and a Golden State Warriors fan. She is a loyal and dedicated volunteer for seven organizations, including the Embarcadero YMCA, SFFD Neighborhood Emergency Response Team (NERT), SFPD Auxiliary Law Enforcement Response Team (ALERT), Castro Community on Patrol (CCOP), Sunday Streets, and SF Medical Reserve Corps (MRC).

In July 2014 she became a volunteer as a wellness coach with the Embarcadero YMCA. She earned the Embarcadero YMCA Volunteer of the Month Award in December 2014. Even after becoming a YMCA of San Francisco employee in 2016, she continues to volunteer with the
Embarcadero YMCA.

In 2016 she trained to become a member of the SFFD Neighborhood Emergency Response Team (NERT) and has been the Mission Dolores neighborhood coordinator since 2018.

In 2017 she became a volunteer with Castro Community on Patrol (CCOP). In 2019 she was promoted to Senior Patroller and a short time later joined the Board. She became interested in joining CCOP because CCOP offers the opportunity to patrol within a neighborhood and to engage with the SFPD and the public, which are responsibilities that could be handled as an
SFPD ALERT member.

In 2018 she became a volunteer with Sunday Streets and in 2019 she became a Sunday Streets volunteer captain.