Kali Kuharevicz is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA). She holds a Master of Science in
Education (M.S.Ed.) with a specialization in Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) and is certified in
Autism Spectrum Disorders. She graduated from Bay Path University, Massachusetts, United
States in May 2016. She also holds a Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Psychology with a specialization in
Behavioral Science. Kali graduated from Western Michigan University, United States, in
December 2013.

Kali has worked for many autism institutions in the United States. As an undergraduate student,
she worked at the Kalamazoo Autism Center (KAC) in Kalamazoo, Michigan. Post her
undergraduate degree, she worked at the Judge Rotenberg Educational Center (JRC) in Canton,
Massachusetts. Kali also has experience working as a clinician at Delta Projects, located in
Dedham, Massachusetts, and Community Resources for Justice, Community Strategies (CSMA)
located in Shirley, Massachusetts. Her clinical experience also includes writing and supervising
in-home services. She is proficient in overseeing behavior technicians implement behavior plans
with individuals diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder.

One day, in 2021, Kali was reading articles about intellectual disabilities in different countries
around the world. She found articles detailing how individuals in Sierra Leone with intellectual
and developmental disabilities were suffering and treated as devilish children, and how they
would benefit from services individualized to their needs. After speaking with friends who live
in the country, they confirmed what she had researched. Kali took this as an opportunity to
offer her services, free of charge, to help these individuals increase their quality of life. Kali
seeks to tailor programs specifically to meet the needs of each adolescent diagnosed with an
intellectual or developmental disability and train staff to better work with these individuals in
Sierra Leone and other areas in Africa.