Victoria Doramus had made a name for herself in the world of digital print media. Her experience is impressive. She once worked as a personal assistant to Peter Berg who is a film director and producer. She also has solid experience as a research assistant and writer for a number of news publications like Huffington Post. She attended the University of Colorado and majored in mass communication and journalism. Her education was instrumental in her work roles after graduation, and she worked as a writer for years.
She dedicates the other half of her life to volunteer work and philanthropy. She has offered a great deal of her time at the Amy Winehouse Foundation. The foundation dedicates itself to helping young women fight addiction from alcohol and drugs. Her volunteer work involves counseling, support, and helping educate high-risk youth.
Victoria Doramus and the people she works with have helped to set up foundations for women that provide shelter for post-treatments for addiction. Recovery homes are instrumental for helping women avoid relapse. The first three months after receiving treatment are among the most critical months for recovering women addicts.
Other charities that Doramus supports with her time include Best Friends Animal Society, the Women’s Prison Association, and Room to Read. In an article from Medium, it says that Room to Read helps children in areas of low income access the education and training that will help improve their lives. She has worked in Grenada, Zambia, Sri Lanka, Cambodia, India, Jordan, Laos, and South Africa to name several countries. The Room to Read Foundation has benefited more than 12 million children in more than 20,000 communities.
Ultimately, people remember others for the work they do to uplift the lives of those in need. While Doramus made her mark in digital print media, she has spent a great deal of time and effort supporting philanthropic causes. She shows no signs of slowing down in her support of worthy causes.