Kali received her B.S. from Montana State University in Cell Biology and Neuroscience specializing in Biomedical Sciences. It was during her time pursuing an undergraduate degree in Biomedical Engineering that she became interested in the medical field and switched her degree to pursue occupational therapy. She completed her Master of Science from the University of Mary in Occupational Therapy. Prior to coming to California, Kali worked servicing a pediatric facility in Colorado and assisted to implement a protocol for mCIMT for children with Cerebral Palsy. She has special interests in neuromuscular disorders, orthotic conditions of the upper extremity and hand, the role of proprioception in sensory processing, and feeding. She has pursued continuing education in NDT and Beckman Oral Motor courses and strives to utilize evidence-based practice to better serve the pediatric population in Rancho Cucamonga. In her spare time, Kali enjoys spending her time outdoors with her boyfriend and their dog, hiking, skiing, fishing, and camping.