Victoria Doramus has been in the marketing scene for a while. And during
this time, she has successfully managed to show the world that she can d
more than one job and still shine. But before she became the celebrated
genius marketer that she is today, Victoria Doramus had to work very hard
to sharpen her skills.
Victoria started from a rather humble background. Before immersing herself
into the world of marketing, Victoria had to first of all complete school.
She began by attending the University of Colorado Boulder in 2002 in
pursuit of her degree in journalism and mass communication.
During her time in the institution, Victoria Doramus developed a keen
interest in writing. She would often incorporate her impeccable writing
skills in every aspect of her life. Apart from comprehensive writing,
Victoria Doramus also developed her skills as far as video, graphics, text
copying, and audio was concerned.
She would often mix up all these skills together and come up which
incredibly creative content that left many impressed. After a couple of
years, Victoria Doramus went back to school in a bid to refine her skills
in creative advertising and marketing. That’s how she found herself in the
Sotheby’s Institute of Art in London.
Jack of all trades
Apart from her superb marketing as well as writing skills, Victoria Doramus
is also famous for her charity work. Her pure love for humanity has also
been portrayed through her vigilant support for the Amy Winehouse
Foundation which is dedicated to helping young people kick off the
addiction to substances.
If she isn’t dedicating her time to charity, Victoria Doramus usually
spends her free time writing pieces for columns. Some of the notable
institutions that she’s had the pleasure of writing for include The
Huffington Post, Cosmopolitan, USA Today, Trendcentral, and The Cassandra
On top of writing articles, Victoria Doramus also happens to be an
accomplished author in her own right. Some of the books she has
successfully ghost-written include The Modern Girl’s Guide to Sticky
Situations, and A Century of Fashion; What’s Next: The Expert’s Guide among
other well-known titles.