A San Francisco native, Nicole is dedicated to championing collective health and equitable social systems for communities of the Bay Area. Nicole first joined RAMS in 2015 and played an integral part in the start-up of the Division of Peer-Based Services. As Operations Manager for the program from 2015-2018, Ms. Ng supported many aspects of the program’s development including: building infrastructure to support employment and training of peer providers within the agency, helping to establish RAMS first peer-run wellness center, and overall co-creating a culture of compassion and trauma-informed community support as a foundation for client services. As Associate Director of Peer Counseling & Support Services, Ms. Ng is excited to continue contributing to the mission of expanding peer support services in San Francisco and advancing the peer provider profession.
In her clinical training, Ms. Ng holds a Master’s degree in Integral Counseling Psychology from California Institute of Integral Studies and is a registered Associate Marriage & Family Therapist working towards full licensure. She has received training from RAMS Fu Yau Project and Liberation Institute in San Francisco. Additionally, Ms. Ng brings a decade of professional experience from the business world and holds a Bachelor’s degree in Managerial Economics from UC Davis.
In her personal time, Nicole enjoys urban hikes through the city, scoping out local eateries, cooking, and yoga.