Victoria Doramus has a long and glamorous portfolio. She has had quite the career journey. However, despite the massive success in her career, she has had to overcome numerous challenges along the way.
The career Journey of Victoria Doramus
From an early age, Victoria always knew what path she wanted to take career wise. Her love affair with communication began from a tender age. She went on to pursue a degree in mass communication and journalism from the Colorado University Boulder Campus. In addition, she took a semester’s worth of courses in art and history.
Following her graduation from the University, Victoria got her first job at Mindshare as an Assistant Media Planner. Part of her job description included working alongside clients to come up with branded content, partaking in negotiations with media merchants and building a rapport with media account administrators. Her terrific performance led Stila Cosmetics to hire her as a cosmetics consultant. She then got employed by Creative Agency where she worked for three years. Her roles at the Agency were the organization and management of professional and personal schedules as well as networking. She also got the opportunity to oversee the agency’s global network.
Victoria also worked at Trendera as the West Coast Director, and as the personal executive assistant to prominent film director Peter Berg. In addition to all this, Victoria did a lot of writing out of passion. Her work has been published in the USA Today, The Huffington as well as the Cosmopolitan. Victoria wrote most of her work as a ghostwriter writing a number of books and offering her input as a researcher to several authors.
Victoria’s triumph over addiction
Victoria Doramus (@iamvictorialynn) suffered the illness of addiction for several years. She was admitted to rehab a couple of times. In the year 2017, she joined the Burning Tree center for recovery where she spent four months and came out a completely different person. Her experiences and her struggles led her to venture into humanitarian works.
Victoria’s works of Philanthropy
Victoria Doramus supports a number of non-profits with causes that are close to her like the Amy Winehouse Foundation that rallies against addiction. She is also affiliated with the Women’s Prison Association and the Best Friends Animal Society among others which have become her fulltime commitment.