After leaving PGHS, Naadia completed 4 A Levels, a B.Sc. (Hons) in Anatomical Sciences from the University of Manchester and a Masters degree in Forensic Anthropology (Mainly the study of human decomposition and bones) She gained work experience doing post-mortem examinations at the Manchester Royal Infirmary and excavating Roman skeletons in Poulton. She is a member of BAHID (British Association of Human Identification) and BAFA (British Association of Forensic Anthropology). Forensic anthropologists help to identify people based on skeletal remains, often from crime scenes. From 2012, Naadi will be heading to Australia to travel and gain some more experience in Forensic Anthropology.