Victoria Doramus Is A Media Professional With A Creative Eye

Victoria Doramus is an entrepreneur with professional expertise in digital and print media. She uses her creative vision to explore new and innovative ways to combine her varied background skills in media, advertising, branding, and communication. Along with her professional drive, Ms. Doramus combines an equal enthusiasm for volunteer work and dedicates her time to a number of charities committed to addiction recovery, animal welfare, and bringing opportunities to low income communities. She has written extensively about her own experience with addiction recovery with the hope of inspiring others.

In addition to finding balance between her professional and charitable work, Victoria Doramus prefers to take a balanced approach to organizing her day to day life as well. As a self-professed obsessive in the digital world of technology and gadgets, Ms. Doramus declares her fascination with the variety of apps available now for tracking every aspect of our daily health, as well as all the productivity apps she can find to organize work. However, when asked about what habit she credits with making her more productive as an entrepreneur, she is quick to credit the hand-written list, despite her own admission that the practice is a bit “old school.” Victoria Doramus carries around a daily to-do list and finds the physical act of writing, as well as crossing off, items to be more productive than any one of the similar tracking apps available.

As a graduate of the University of Colorado Boulder, with a BA in Journalism and Mass Communications, Ms. Doramus has compiled an extensive experience list, including creative work for Mindshare, Stila Cosmetics, Creative Arts Agency, Trendera, and the personal assistant to film director and producer, Peter Berg. Currently self-employed as a Director of Philanthropy, Ms. Doramus continues to meld that extensive background with a commitment to charity work.

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