Victoria Doramus had it all at one point in her life. She had managed to achieve much success in many fields, i.e. experienced market analyst, assistant media planner, and creative consultant; just to name a few. Victoria Doramus worked for such companies as Mindshare, Stila Cosmetics, Trendera, and Creative Arts Agency. She was also the personal assistant to film director and producer, Peter Borg; performing such duties as running personal errands, managing his New Your City residence, and household organization.
Writing was always important to Victoria Doramus. She did freelance work as well as ghostwriting for the Huffington Post and other publications. Victoria Doramus worked as a writer and research assistant on several books including “Decades: A Century of Fashion.”
Unfortunately, Victoria Doramus’ lucrative career was brought to a halt by her drug addiction. This crippling disease got the best of her even after being in two different rehab facilities. But the third rehab facility which consisted of a 12-step program proved to be the turning point in Victoria Doramus’ life. She began the slow but steady climb back up.
After getting victory over her addition, Victoria Doramus began helping others who faced the same problems she had. She supported the Amy Winehouse Foundation, which educates young people about addition; as well as the Women’s Prison Association an organization that works with incarcerated women in New York City. She also became involved with a global organization called Room to Read. This organization which was founded in 2000 works to give and education to underprivileged children around the world.
In addition to her rewarding work with the above-mentioned organizations, Victoria Doramus also spends time working with Best Friends Animal Society. This organization works hard to put an end to euthanizing dogs and cats in shelters.
Victoria Doramus found strength through humility and courage through self-examination and determination. The new person she has become is helping others face and overcome their addictions and other problems they may have. May Victoria Doramus’ light forever be a beacon for others who are in darkness.