Victoria Doramus is a woman who wears many hats, not only is she an expert in creative media and marketing strategies, she is also an avid philanthropist. Doramus is passionate about being of help to humanity and it is the reason she is heavily engaged in a handful of charitable organizations.
In her wildly successful career, Doramus has worked with various top organizations such as Mindshare, J.Crew, and Stila. Doramus has also established herself as an expert writer and has had her work published in several top-selling books including What’s Next: The Expert’s Guide, Decades: A Century of Fashion, The Modern Girl’s Guide to Sticky Situations, and Taste-Test Your Way to the Main Course. Doramus has also written for many popular publications including Trendcentral, The Cassandra Report, The Huffington Post, Cosmopolitan, and USA Today.
Victoria Doramus is a decorated professional in her field, but her involvements with philanthropy is what breathes life into her veins. No one is better positioned to help young adults, especially women, overcome and beat addiction more than Doramus. Having had to overcome alcohol and drug addiction in her life, Doramus knows first-hand how tough the journey is and it is the reason why she is involved with the Amy Winehouse Foundation. The Army Winehouse Foundation helps young people dealing with addiction in their recovery journey.
The Foundation main goals include sensitizing young people about the dangers of drugs and alcohol misuse and encouraging those struggling with addiction to seek treatment. Army Winehouse Foundation also uses music as an instrument to help the young addicts in their personal development. Doramus is fully supportive of the foundation as she knows the importance of having a mentor when overcoming addiction.
Victoria Doramus holds a Bachelors of Arts degree in Journalism and Mass Communication from the University of Colorado Boulder. Additionally, Doramus attended the Sotheby’s Institute of Art in London, the United Kingdom where she took one-semester studying Foundations of Western Art and Contemporary Design. Victoria Doramus worked for popular New York City television and film producer, Mr. Peter Berg, as a personal assistant. Doramus also worked at the Creative Artists Agency and also worked at Trendera as the West Coast Director.