Valentina Valchevna was born on September 2, 1955 in the village of Varjogan, Nizhnevartovsky District, Khanty-Mansiysk Autonomous-Okrug – Yugra, Tyumen Oblast. Her father is Ayvaseda Valcha. He worked on a fur farm as a fur breeder and was a Nenets by nationality. Her mother is Ayvaseda Britena. She worked on a fur farm as a cook. She was also a Nenets by nationality. The kin of the Ayvaseda belongs to the kin of the Pike. After graduating from high school, Valentina Valchevna went to study at the Tyumen Medical Institute, where she completed 4 courses, and then worked in a hospital in Tyumen. Valentina Valchevna married and had two sons. She moved to her native village of Varjogan in 1977, and in 1979 went to work in the kindergarten "Olenenok". In 1985, Valentina Valchevna entered the Tobolsk Pedagogical College named after V. I. Lenin. In 1988, she finished her studies and worked as a kindergarten teacher until 1993. She taught her native (Nenets) language. Since 1993, Valentina Valchevna has been working at the Varjogan national school as a teacher of the native (Nenets) language.