Victoria Doramus has been through it all, but she managed to overcome lots of challenges. She’s a highly experienced marketing expert who is based out of London and New York. She has a very solid understanding of the consumer retail and global market trends. She worked in the media industry for many years. The companies she worked with include Trendera, Creative Arts Agency, Stila Cosmetics and Mindshare.
Also, Victoria Doramus was the personal assistant to Peter Borg, who is a film producer and director. However, if you are imagining her life as celebrating success after success, delivering pitches for fascinating makeup companies and non-stop stream of cocktail parties, you are certainly wrong. After many years of battling her alcohol and drug addiction, Victoria Doramus finally managed to overcome her struggles. The process was difficult and long, but after she hit rock bottom, she became stronger.
As a recovery expert, she now shares her life experiences with people who are experiencing the same problems, so long as they are ready to listen. Ultimately, addiction itself isn’t the biggest problem, it is how the addicts handle it, and Doramus know this quite well.
During her early days, Victoria Doramus always showed interest in communication. She went to the CU (University of Colorado – Boulder, where she earned her degree in mass communication and journalism. Besides communication, Doramus’ interests have always included history and art. That is why in 2002 she took an immersive semester program exploring the history and also the development of art in the West from ancient Greek days to contemporary art.
Victoria Doramus began her career working at Mindshare as the assistant media planner. Her role was to negotiate with media vendors and work directly with customers to produce branded content. She was also in charge of maintaining and building relationships with account executives in the media industry.
Writing has always been a vital part of her career and life. Victoria Doramus did lots of ghostwriting and freelance writing. This includes writing for Cosmopolitan, USA Today, and The Huffington Post. Additionally, she worked as a research assistant and writer on several books.