Victoria Doramus: an Addict who became a Philanthropist

Market trend analyst Victoria Doramus has had a number of successful ventures into businesses involving consumer trends. Her accomplishments have not been without struggles, however. She once dealt with a drug and alcohol problem that eventually forced her to go into rehab several times. Her experiences with addiction have led her to help other people who have their own addictions.

Victoria Doramus’s career began at the University of Colorado. She graduated with a degree in mass communication and journalism after taking a semester to study both history and art development within the western world. Her post-college career began as an assistant media planner before moving on to creative consulting at Stila Cosmetics where she often collaborated with the art director over numerous projects.

After her time at Stila Cosmetics, Victoria Doramus moved on to Creative Agency to work on their scheduling and create original content. She also managed to publish several books to go along with her long-time love of writing in general. It was around her publishing several books that Victoria Doramus first recognized her addictions and went into rehab in 2011.

Her time in rehab gave her a few means of understanding her addiction, but it wouldn’t be until 2016 that she became aware enough of her problems to seek out more long-term professional help. She entered the Burning Tree recovery center in 2017 and succeeded enough to enter a halfway house by August of the same year. She has now become a strong advocate for people suffering from addiction and is involved in several foundations.

Victoria Doramus strongly supports such organizations as the Amy Winehouse foundation and often advocates for them. She has since written a book on her addiction to Adderall and also hopes to start a halfway house in New York City.

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