Victoria Doramus is well a renowned professional for print and digital media. Even though her resume is impressive, currently, Doramus is a self-employed philanthropist. Her credentials include positions such as assistant to Peter Berg, producer/film director and as a writer for the Huffington Post.
Her career has been a rich and rewarding asset for herself and to many companies, she has devoted much time to philanthropy work. Such as volunteering for organizations to help young people stay away from drugs and alcohol.
To help prevent drug addiction, the organizations provide education, support and assist with personal developments of the ones at high risk combating addiction through music. Doramus’ contribution to this charity helps immensely toward reaching the foundations goals.
She helps counsel, support and educate youths at risk, as well as accommodating recovery homes for women. Although these organizations treat the women with addiction problems they do not help them after they are released.
Since studies show that some women could relapse in the first three months, without proper support, Doramus is helping to create foundations to support these women after they are released. Doramus also helps out organizations such as Room to Read, Women’s Prison Association and Best Friends, an animal society.
Victoria Doramus has enjoyed a long a very productive professional career. Still yet, she has done even more as a philanthropist. Her remarkable contributions to philanthropy are wide spread through a number of organizations throughout the world.
According to Crunchbase, most likely her charitable contributions and her career as a philanthropist will continue to help people in very meaningful ways around the world for many more years to come.