She was born in Oktyabrsky District in the village of Bolshoy Atlym. In the summer of 1968, the family moved to the village of Kazym. After graduation from the Kazym eight-year school, in 1979 she entered the Khanty-Mansiysk Pedagogical College, where she received secondary special education in the specialty «Primary School Teacher». She was sent to Sosva Boarding School by an educator. In 1985, she was transferred as a teacher to the Kazym Boarding School. In the same year, she was transferred as a primary school teacher to the Kazym Secondary School. In 1993, she was transferred to the Kazym Cultural and Anthropological School. In two years this school was united with the Kazym Secondary School. In 2007, Valentina Danilovna received a higher education in the specialty "Teacher of the Khanty language and Khanty literature". In 2015, she began to work in the Ob-Ugric Institute of Applied Researches and Development, where she worked for three years as an research engineer, at the time of leave to care for a child primary worker. After that, Valentina Danilovna worked as a social teacher in the village of Kazym. Currently, she works as a research engineer in the Beloyarsky Branch of the Folklore Center of the Ob-Ugric Institute of Applied Researches and Development.