Naomi befriended former Borg drone Seven of Nine and would occasionally accompany Seven as she performed her duties. On one such occasion in 2376, Naomi defended an injured and unconscious Seven from indigenous predators when the pair became stranded during an unexpected storm on what was supposed to be a routine survey of an uncharted world. (VOY - Strange New Worlds VII short story: "The Little Captain")
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Naomi and her mother were reunited with Greskrendtregk after Voyager returned home in early 2378. (VOY novel: Homecoming) With her half-Ktarian physiology, Naomi matured much more rapidly that she would have if she were wholly Human. As a result, Naomi hoped to enter Starfleet Academy by 2378, at only six Earth-years of age. Naomi was unsure as to what her major would be, but had narrowed it down to either Quantum Mechanics Theory, Mythology and Culture, or Genetics. (VOY - Spirit Walk novel: Old Wounds)
Naomi, along with the crew of Voyager, mourned the loss of Kathryn Janeway at her memorial service in San Francisco. She attempted to seek Seven's counsel, but she could not. She then applied to Starfleet Academy and was accepted. Icheb was keeping an eye on her to monitor her progress.
In June 2381, The Doctor told Seven of Nine that Naomi Wildman had been accepted to enter Starfleet Academy in 2382. Seven had already asked Cadet Icheb, the closest thing to an older brother Naomi had, to monitor her progress. (VOY novel: Full Circle)
She became helm officer of USS Hathaway in 2398. Three years later, in 2401, Wildman was promoted to second officer of the Hathaway and held the rank of lieutenant commander. (STO novel: The Needs of the Many; STO website: The Path to 2409)
On Stardate 85563.8 (July 25, 2408), Commander Naomi Wildman sent a letter to her mother Samantha, describing her first command: Deep Space Station K-7 on the frontline of the Klingon War. The station was over 150 years old and had not been upgraded since the 2350s but Wildman had confidence in her crew, which included Lieutenant Commander Icheb as first officer and Ensign Esheli in engineering. (STO novel: The Needs of the Many)
First Splinter timeline
Naomi entered Starfleet Academy by September 2381 and, while still a plebe, already felt the strain. She had pulled three of the toughest instructors and seriously considered leaving but Icheb talked her into waiting a few more weeks, at least. Naomi thought leaving the Academy would displease her parents, although enrolling in a French culinary institution would have her godfather Neelix's blessing. (VOY novel: The Eternal Tide)
Other alternate timelines
In an alternate timeline created when Chakotay traveled to the future due to his body being charged with chroniton particles, Naomi had grown up her entire life on Voyager, and had been earned a commission as a lieutenant in the operations division by 2394. With the assistance of Commander Icheb, Naomi helped Chakotay return to his own time. (VOY episode: "Shattered")
In another alternate timeline, Naomi was one of the surviving crew living to the year 2404. In that year, Naomi had a daughter, Sabrina, and kept in touch with her former-captain, then-Vice Admiral Kathryn Janeway. (VOY episode: "Endgame")
In an alternate timeline in which Voyager was forced to turn back from its journey home to Earth, in 2374, Naomi was on Moskelar Station where her mother Samantha Wildman was stationed. (Star Trek: Myriad Universes novel: Places of Exile)
Starfleet service record
|location||assignment||dates||rank or rate||assignment insignia||rank insignia|
|Starfleet Academy||student officer||2381/2392-2396||cadet|
|USS Hathaway||helm officer||2398-2401||lieutenant junior grade|
|second officer||2401-2408||lieutenant commander|
|Deep Space Station K-7||commanding officer||since 2408||commander|
|USS Voyager miscellaneous personnel|
|Agalsoff • Allyn • Bagdadi • Bernard • Betts • Bokk • Bourse • Braswell • Brownfield • Burgess • Canamar • Charnock • Chichester • Chronister • Connolly • Cooper • D'Angelo • DiPasquale • Djanrelian • Dorton • Drapanas • Enberry • Englert • Eyslee • Ferginson • Forster • Frankenheimer • Gerron • Heebaek • Mariah Henley • Hester • M. Hoffman • Hoffman • Homs • Hutchinson • Icheb • Ishii • James • Kardesh • Karnes • Kes • Knapp • Lattin • Mackey • Mackey • Madalone • Magdaleno • Mannick • Mayer • Middleton • Minster • Moore • Mosko • Neelix • Nelson • Nesterowicz • O'Hea • D. Okuda • M. Okuda • Peets • Perskle • Phillipuk • Renta • Rush • Russo • Santo Pietro • Schwartz • Sears • Sepulveda • Settle • Seven of Nine • Shostrom • Sims • Sirelka • Spitalny • Sternbach • Stimson • Tarrine • Taylor • Thomas • Thompson • Trexis • Triggiani • VanZyl • Vitolia • Weisz • Westmore • Wheeler • Wildman|
|see also: engineering personnel • medical personnel • operations personnel • pilots & flight control personnel • security & tactical personnel • sciences personnel • senior staff|
|Deep Space Station K-7 personnel and residents|
|station personnel||Anithro • Caani • M. Calhoun • Croghan • Dayor • Deafoy • S. Gabriel • Haadok • Icheb • Jaymahn • D. Kroll • Lepa • J. Lurry • Makza • Mez • Moorhead • Odria • M. Santiago • Silel • Stemo • Tal N. • N. Wildman • Yoc'm • Zihr • Zutan|
|station residents||J. Kellet • Lobek • Talut|
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Naomi Wildman was portrayed by American actress and singer Scarlett Pomers in Star Trek: Voyager from 1996-2001. Brooke Stephens portrayed Naomi in the episodes VOY episode: "Nemesis" and VOY episode: "Mortal Coil", before being replaced by Pomers thereafter.
In the alternate timeline of 2394, Naomi was portrayed by Anglo-American actress Vanessa Branch.