Born in Haifa, Israel in 1984. She began her piano studies at the age of 8, alongside saxophone and cembalo studies. She completed her M. Mus degree in composition with Prof. Vladimir Scolnic, Prof. Menachem Wiesenberg and Prof. Yinam Leef, in The Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance. After the Academy, she studied composition with Prof. Oded Zehavi. Na’ama is a recipient of the AICF scholarships for 2007-2008. In 2011, Na’ama participated in The London-Jerusalem Music Project, collaborated with the London's Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance. In May 2013, her piece Ode to the Lord for oboe quintet awarded with the 1st Prize at the composing competition Klang der Welt, of the Deutsche Oper Berlin. In June 2014, The Limoncello Quartet had played her piece Spirangle in Jerusalem, during Israel Festival. In November 2014, The Israel Camerata Jerusaelm orchestra performed her piece Spring Illusions, which was commissioned specially by the orchestra. In March 2015 her piece From the Bottom of My Hurt was performed by the Russian-Israeli pianist Irena Friedland, in the International Women's Day Festival in Riga, Latvia. In July 2015, her piece Sketches for Harp won the 1st prize at the American Harp Society of Dallas.