Victoria Doramus Is A Marketer Turned Philanthropist

Victoria Doramus is an experienced market trend analyst who knows how to spot consumer retail trends in a spread of different industries. She has worked with Stila Cosmetics, Mindshare, Trendera, and Creative Arts Agency and is a very creative marketer. She studied at the University of Colorado, Boulder where she earned a degree in Journalism and Mass Communication and has worked with many interesting people including Peter Berg. Her talent to discover trends that will have an effect on specific sectors has helped her to serve her clients and the businesses she has worked with for years.

According to blogwebpedia.com, Victoria Doramus worked as a Freelance Ghost Writer from 2009-2015 where she helped to conduct research and write many different books. Some of the projects she worked on include Menu Dating: Taste-Test Your Way to the Main Course, Decades: A Century of Fashion, The Modern Girl’s Guide to Sticky Situations, and What’s Next: The Expert’s Guide. She also put together visual materials for the J.Crew/Stila collaboration and served as a Trend Correspondent for The Huffington Post, Cosmopolitan, and USA Today.

Victoria Doramus (@victoria_doramus) has recently discovered that she wants to devote a good portion of her life to working with nonprofits and charities. She now works with Best Friends Animal Society, the Women’s Prison Association, the Amy Winehouse Foundation, and Room to Read. With the Amy Winehouse Foundation, she is a volunteer who works to educate young people about the dangers and negative effects of alcohol and drug abuse. She is happy to be able to work with people in need and hopes to make as much of an impact as possible during her time with the Foundation. Looking into the future, Victoria Doramus hopes to draw on her special talents and skill set to help out as many people as she possibly can.

Get in touch with Victoria:
medium.com/@victoriadoramus
twitter.com/iamvictorialynn/

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