Najiyah Martiam (Jim) graduated from Agricultural Technology Department of Gadjah Mada University for her undergraduate study and the Center for Religious and Cross-cultural Studies (CRCS) for her master. In her undergraduate, she had involved in activities run by Indonesian Planned Parenthood Association (IPPA), Yogyakarta and was a program coordinator of Media and Training of that organization in 2007. For her master study, she got scholarship from Tokyo Foundation that enable her to do research on Sufi Women in Turkey as part of her thesis. Currently, she is also a volunteer coordinator of Family Supporting Group Tunas Bangsa a non-profit organization that organizes activities to support children with cancer and family. Her interests of study are science and religion, women and youth spirituality, Sufism, sexuality and religion, and music and religion.
- Finding Rumi, (a book), notes from research experience in Turkey, published by PT. Imaan, 2010;
- Reproductive Health in Refugees Camp, who care?, BISMA, June 2006;
- Sayang Otak (Love your brain), an article, published in Kompas, 2006;
- Dewasa itu apa sich? (What is maturity?), an article, published in Kompas, 2006;
- Bad mood, an article, published in Kompas, 2006.