Irina Karachevskaya plans to leave children’s rights ombudsman office
Penza, 23 March 2015. PenzaNews. The deputies of the regional Legislative Assembly were instructed to review the request of Irina Karachevskaya to leave her office as a children’s rights ombudsman in the Penza region.
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According to available information, Irina Karachevskaya filed a letter of resignation due to her decision to retire after a long service.
Irina (Dmitrievna) Karachevskaya was born on March 1, 1960, in the family of a militaryman in the town of Sovetskaya Gavan of the Khabarovsky Krai, and spent her children and youth in Novorossiysk.
In 1983, she graduated from the Foreign Languages department of the Penza (Belinsky) Pedagogical Institute, and later worked as a school teacher.
Irina Karachevskaya was heading the Komsomol organization of the Penza Train Transportation College from 1983 to 1988. In 1988, she was named the executive secretary of the area train organization of “Znaniye” mass education society.
From 1992 to 1999, she was working in the regional Department of Culture as educational hall supervisor, supervising inspector of the organization and inspection department, and head specialist of the Ministry of Culture of the Penza region.
Since December 1999, she worked as the executive secretary of the Juvenile Affairs and Rights Protection Committee under the Penza region government, and later, in January 2010, moved to the office of the children’s rights ombudsman in the Penza region.