Victoria Doramus holds a wide variety of roles when it comes to her career. This includes a career as a expert trend specialist, recovery expert, philanthropist, writer, and so on. Victoria attended the University of Colorado where she earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in journalism and mass communication. She also studied the foundations of western art in London at Sotheby’s Institute of Art.
Some of the highlights of Victoria’s career include working with big brands as a trend specialist, working as a personal assistant for film director Peter Berg, and writing for some major publications. These include Cosmopolitan Magazine, USA Today, and The Huffington Post. One of her most fulfilling projects to date is being an active philanthropist. Victoria Doramus currently works with at least four organizations and foundations that work on a variety of issues that need attention.
Victoria is a volunteer for the Amy Winehouse Foundation. Since Victoria is a recovery expert, this foundations is right up her alley. The foundation was created by Mitch Winehouse, the father of famous musician Amy Winehouse who died from her addiction to drugs and alcohol. This organization has three major goals. They are to support people at the highest risk of addiction, to educate youth on the downfalls of addition, and they created Amy’s Yard. This programs gives disadvantaged young adults from the ages of 18-25 the benefit of a 12 week music program. This includes the use of Amy’s personal state-of-the-art music studio in London, England.
One of the other organizations Victoria Doramus volunteers for is Room to Read. This non-profit organization helps disadvantaged children with education access and literacy rates. They want to provide life-changing and life-long habits that will provide these children with a chance at a better life. Room to Read create such opportunities for girls in countries where access to education is denied. So far, over 2 million children have benefited from this organization, and there are more children to help in the future. On top of this, they have awarded 14,000 African and Asian girls educational scholarships that they would otherwise not receive in their lives.