Adviser to the Governor on culture with the rank of Minister of the Moscow region, candidate of historical Sciences, Professor MGIMO.
Graduated from the Moscow state Institute of international relations, Department of international journalism.
Since 1995, she began to work actively in the Russian media, publishing materials on cultural topics. In 1997 she started working on the state TV channel "Culture". She worked as a correspondent, columnist, presenter of news releases and interviews in the program "Khudsovet" on the TV channel "Culture". She was awarded the Golden Lira prize, the Moscow mayor's prize in journalism, as well as the gratitude of the President of the Russian Federation for services in the development of domestic broadcasting, culture and many years of fruitful work.
In the autumn of 2013, she joined the administration of the Governor of the Moscow region as a cultural adviser of the Moscow region. In the first year of operation initiated, prepared and conducted a number of major cultural projects in the Moscow region, in particular, such as the arts festival "Seasons in Moscow Region", Festival of theatres of small cities of Russia, festival "Moscow evenings with Tchaikovsky", the action "First viewer", "Moscow region's afisha of capital theatres", "Russian ballet in the New Jerusalem", the "Festival of the table".
In 2016–2017, new large-scale festival projects were launched in the Moscow region under the supervision of Narmin Shiralieva. "Russian Opera at the monastery walls" music festival was held for the first time in cooperation with the Moscow Diocese of The Russian Orthodox Church. The international festival of arts of P. Tchaikovsky in Klin was presented at a qualitatively new level of development. Theatrical initiative was "Festival of provincial theaters — the Summer season of Stanislavsky". One of the most successful projects in the framework of the Governor's program "Our Moscow region" was Igor Butman's festival "Jazz seasons in Lenin Hills", the audience of which becoming more significant every year, and the festival itself is gaining leadership positions in the ranking of musical events of the year.