McCall graduated from Duke University in December 2016 with a Bachelors in International Comparative Studies and a Minor in Global Health. Within her major, she focused on the region of Latin America, studying abroad in Buenos Aires and conducting research on healthcare access amongst female immigrant populations in the city. McCall also has an extensive background in immigration policy and refugee resettlement having interned at several legal aid agencies and executing an audio documentary on the experiences of several refugees in Durham, NC. McCall was awarded a Fulbright Grant to work as an English Teaching Assistant at the Universidad Camilo José Cela in Madrid, Spain for the 2017-2018 academic year. McCall currently resides in Tucson, AZ where she is preparing for law school in the hopes of learning more about the role of public international law in addressing the challenges posed by global migration.
In her spare time, McCall can be found testing out her comedy skills at a local improv class or with anyone who will listen. McCall sees comedy as a mechanism for healing, bridging intergroup divides, and viewing familiar situations with fresh eyes.