After graduating from Oakwood, Najah joined the Alumni Council, serving throughout most of her time in college. Shortly after graduation from Emerson College in May 2014, where she received a degree in Theatre Education & Acting, Najah was nominated to become co-President of the Alumni Association along with Bill Homans ‘51. She began her term as co-President and ex-officio member of Oakwood’s Board of Managers in December 2014 and has been proudly serving since then. Najah also works with Oakwood's Young Alumni Council as well as the Development Committee. Currently, Najah resides in New York City and is an elementary school drama teacher in Brooklyn. She can also be seen creating important political theatre with various performing arts companies, directing children in plays and musicals, and hosting live events in downtown NYC.
"Amazing. A place where I grew and flourished and was allowed to let my light shine bright. I will never forget Oakwood and will always be thankful for the independent, unapologetic, confident and free woman it helped me to become. I’m proud to be an Oakwoodian and can’t wait to give back to this school for the rest of my life, as it gave me so much! Being able to participate in every school play while I was there, being challenged in the classroom like I never had before, and being able to lead my community as clerk, showed me that passion lives inside of a person. Oakwood will always get five stars from me."