Since 2022, Deputy Director for Development and Innovation of the Pushkin Central City Children's Library, St. Petersburg.
In 2020–2022, Deputy Director for Library and Information Work of the State Budgetary Institution of Culture of Moscow Gaidar Central City Children's Library.
In 2018–2019, Head of the Department of Cultural Activities of the Mayakovsky Central City Public Library.
In 2016–2018, Head of the Project Activity Sector of the Okhta-LAB Library of the Mayakovsky Central City Public Library.
Marina's projects and activities include: Dickens and Two Plus Two bookshop (2009–2016), where books were not divided into children's and adults' books; the Urban Reading Infrastructure course of the Master's programme "Designing and Maintaining Reading Programmes for Children and Youth" of the Moscow State Pedagogical University; the interactive version of the "100 Best New Books for Children and Teens" catalog. Curator of city-wide events organized by the Pushkin Central City Children's Library named for children's libraries in St. Petersburg (Week of Children's and Youth Books at the General Staff Building of the State Hermitage Museum, the Children's Venue of the St. Petersburg International Book Salon). Curator of the Seasons Magazine Book Club.
Research interests: comparative literary studies, practices of reading in a big city.