Na’imah Salahuddin earned a Bachelors degree from the University of Virginia, a M.A.T. in Special Education from Trinity University, and an Ed.M. in Education Leadership at Columbia University’s Teachers College. Na’imah has extensive experience teaching special needs children in traditional and public charter schools. Additionally, she has worked to as Special Education Coordinator for several years, whereby she provided professional development and supervised the instructional delivery of students with IEPs receiving services in both inclusion and resource settings. She currently holds the position of Assistant Principal within Washington, D.C. Public Schools.