Victoria Doramus graduated in 2006 from the University of Colorado in Boulder with a bachelor of arts degree, majoring in mass communication and journalism. She landed her first job soon after graduating from college with the company, Mindshare, as an assistant media planner, working for them from 2006-2007. Soon after, Doramus became employed by the company Stila Cosmetics as a creative consultant from 2007-2008.
After Victoria Doramus moved on from Stila Cosmetics, she went to work for Creative Artists Agency as a group coordinator from 2007-2010 in Los Angeles. The company, Tendura soon hired Doramus, and that’s when she decided to incorporate her communications knowledge with marketing, creating a very successful career mix for her. Doramus was appointed as the west coast director for Tendera, promoting the Tendera brand and lifestyle trends using social media. She worked for them from 2010-2011.
In 2011, Victoria Doramus went to work as a writer and research assistant in London and New York where she began writing for the Huffington Post as a trend and lifestyle reporter. Writing for the lifestyle and trends department led to writing and managing Trendcentral, which is an online newsletter and website that focused on lifestyles and trends. While she wrote and managed Trendcentral, Doramus also managed a fashion blog for a client. After a few years as a writer, Doramus went to work for producer/director Peter Berg as a personal assistant from 2014-2016 in New York.
Currently, Victoria Doramus is a self-employed director of philanthropy in London which began in 2016. Doramus is a supporter of animal and women’s rights. She supports, volunteers, and contributes to several charities such as Room to Read, the Amy Winehouse Foundation, the Best Friends Animals Society, and the Women’s Prison Association.