Ideamensch recently published an article with Victoria Doramus, the Digital and Print Media Professional. After graduating from the University of Colorado with her degree in communications and journalism, she went on to work in media, branding, advertising and communication. She was particularly drawn to digital and print media after she worked with companies like mindshare and Stila Cosmetics. She has also worked in the film industry as the personal assistant to Peter Berg, a director and producer of film. This allowed her to expand her knowledge by identifying new ways to market and interpret different trends. Victoria is also a philanthropist who is dedicated to a variety of different charities. She has worked with Best Friends Animal Society, Room to Read, and the Women’s Prison Association. She wants to help others recognize that their dreams can become reality with a little hard work.
The interview reveals that she reads non-fiction memoirs because she loves the story of redemption. Addiction recovery books, in particular, have been at the top of her nightstand because the stories resonate with her on a personal level.
Victoria Doramus is also a high-tech person who likes to have the iPhone X at hand to accomplish all her to-do’s. She loves productivity apps and apps like Postmates or Cavier because she can get anything delivered whenever she wants. She is also in love with Pink Cloud, an app that helps people discover local AA meetings depending on their location.
Victoria Doramus reveals that she has had a variety of failures throughout her career, but she believes she was able to move forward once she took responsibility for her mistakes. Overcoming those mistakes requires hard work and faith in yourself. This is one thing she wishes she could have learned earlier. Self-confidence is one of the most important keys to success, from one’s personal life to business. She also feels a key to success is her handwritten to-do list. Despite her love of technology, she likes to go old school when it comes to her to do list. She likes being able to cross things off her list because it is soothing, and it helps her manage her time.