Former digital and print media professional, now recovery expert, Victoria Doramus is taking the world by storm. With her philanthropy in the forefront, Doramus is dedicated to helping people recover from addiction, just like she did. Victoria got a mass communications and journalism degree from the University of Colorado. She knows media like the back of her hand. Stila Cosmetics and Trendera are two of the brands she worked with in her career. Wildly talented, Victoria has worked in other fields displaying her natural gifts. She is also a gifted writer and has worked for Cosmopolitan, The Huffington Post, and many more. The successful philanthropist also worked as a ghostwriter on several published books.
Victoria Doramus is a busy entrepreneur who has to stay organized. That is why she always has a to do list in her purse. Like most people, she loves to get the latest technology/digital device to keep her life organized. Doramus uses many apps to keep her life in check. Pink Cloud is a great app to find AA meetings wherever you are located. Victoria is continually growing and transforming in her journey from addiction. She uses this app regularly to attend meetings. Her favorite app though is Cavier and Postmates whenever she comes to New York City. The successful recovery is originally from the United States, but currently lives in London, England.
When it comes to reading, Victoria is a big advocate of it. She is particularly a reader of non-fiction memoirs. Her favorites include Beautiful Boy by David Sheff, More, Now, Again by Elizabeth Wurtzel, and Permanent Midnight by Jerry Stahl. These are addiction recovery material that is quite inspiring to her. Victoria Doramus is always giving back to the community and finds it to be very fulfilling. Best Friends Animal Society, Room to Read, and the Amy Winehouse Foundation are several of the organizations she works with on the side. Her main dream is to open up a halfway house in New York City in the near future. This will be a great environment to help people on their recovery journey after they leave rehab.