Na’im earned a Bachelor of Commerce degree from the University of British Columbia’s Sauder School of Business and articled at PricewaterhouseCoopers. In 2010, Na’im moved to Malawi to work for the William J. Clinton Foundation’s Clinton Health Access Initiative. As Deputy Country Director, he led various programs to introduce and scale-up life saving HIV/AIDS medicines and diagnostics, and helped Malawi’s Ministry of Health launch a national nurse/midwife training program.
In 2014, Na’im received a Master of Science in Population and Development from the London School of Economics. He then went on to become the Director of Policy and Partnerships at Last Mile Health where he helped the government of Liberia launch a national community health worker program serving 1.2 million Liberians.