Cali earned her Master of Science in Occupational Therapy degree at New York University and her Bachelor of Arts from CUNY College of Staten Island. While attending NYU, she served as a member of the National Scholastic Honor Society for Occupational Therapy.
During her studies, Cali worked as a therapy aide for 3.5 years. This role sparked her interest in outpatient orthopedic occupational therapy, specifically in hand and lymphedema therapies. Cali has clinical experience in outpatient settings, treating various diagnoses of the upper extremity including nerve compressions, repetitive stress injuries, fractures, surgical procedures, and orthopedic trauma. She also has significant clinical experience providing stroke rehabilitation. Cali is dedicated to providing the care and support needed to help her patients regain strength and function so they can live independent and fulfilling lives.
Cali was born and raised in Brooklyn, New York. She enjoys spending her free time outdoors and attending Mets games with family and friends. Cali maintains an active lifestyle by strength training regularly, playing baseball for fun, and taking long-distance walks.