Victoria Doramus is a market trend analyst who has worked in the media industry for many years. She served Peter Berg as his personal assistant and has worked with Stila Cosmetics, Trendera, and Mindshare. She is also a digital and print media pro, and she found success after a lifetime of battling with drug and alcohol addiction. Today, she serves as a recovery expert who draws on her own life experience to help people in need. Doramus studied at the University of Colorado – Boulder and earned a degree in mass communication and journalism while there. Her first job was with Mindshare as an assistant media planner where she worked directly with her clients to come up with content that would further the branding efforts of companies.
Victoria Doramus eventually moved on to work with Stila Cosmetics as a creative consultant and then decided to work with Creative Agency. She has always had a way with combining her interests and skills in order to best serve the companies she works with and used all of these in order to help build up Trendera and its brand. Doramus has always loved writing and worked as a freelance writer and a ghostwriter for many years. Some of her work appears in the Huffington Post, Cosmopolitan, and USA Today. She also helped to put together a spread of popular books that have been widely read.
While Victoria Doramus (@victoriadoramus) was very successful, she was also battling with addiction during most of her working career. In 2011, she went to a rehab center in Tucson, Arizona but continued to use cocaine and Adderall. It took her hitting rock bottom to understand that she needed to make some long-term changes in her life. After attending more rehabs, she began to understand the nature of addiction and began to do the work to rise above hers. In 2017, she went to the Burning Tree recovery center where she followed the 12 steps to get herself clean. Today, Victoria Doramus is an inspiration to many people who once felt no hope, and she plans on continuing to make an impact in the lives of people who have succumbed to their addictions.
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