Na-doped reduced graphene oxide (Na-rGO) was prepared by wet mixing process of the reduced graphene oxide (rGO) in NaOH solution. The results showed that the rGO doped with Na ions can increase its magnetization approximately 2 times greater than that in rGO without doping. Saturation magnetization (Ms) for rGO and Na-rGO samples are 0.017 emu/g and 0.037 emu/g, respectively. The increasing value of magnetization is suggested to be due to defect presented in the Na-rGO samples. Both samples, rGO and Na-rGO, have the similar XRD (X-ray Diffraction) spectra that is marked by two characteristic diffraction peaks of rGO, which are associated with  and  planes, followed by the increasing inter-planar distance in Na-rGO samples which might be due to Na ions intercalation into rGO sheets, confirmed by the energy-dispersive X-ray (EDX) result revealing the presence of Na atoms in rGO.