Victoria Doramus is a career woman who has experience in market trend analysis by studying consumers all over the world. She has a long work history that started in the film and media industry. Her resume has associations with Stila Cosmetics, Creative Arts Agency and Mindshare to name a few. She was even the personal assistant to Peter Borg, noted film director and producer.

After going to the University of Colorado in Boulder, she graduated with a journalism and communication’s degree. She has always been creative and enjoys history and art. She started at the bottom as an assistant for Mindshare. She forged new relationships and learned the ins and outs of the media industry first hand. She moved on to Stila Cosmetics and was a creative consultant and here she flourished in her passion of art to work with the director for their marketing projects.

The next job that she had brought on some of the best experience that she needed for the progression in her field. At Creative Agency, she did scheduling, attended shows, interacted, and organized artistic content for The Cassandra Report. All at the same time, she managed an International system of people for work projects, research, and focus groups.

Because of her integration of all types of fields and industries, she has been able to excel in her career. Each position has been a stepping stone to the next level of challenges and growth. The consumer trends expert continued to build brands using social media outlets and was in charge of many workers to meet demands, due dates and be consistent with the brand’s standards.

Peter Borg is known for his movies like “The Rundown,” “The Kingdom,” and “Very Bad Things.” Victoria Doramus was his assistant and had to keep his household, schedule, business networks and all of his personal shopping together from Los Angeles to New York City.

Clearly, Victoria is an educated, smart and talented woman whose ambition has brought her to new heights in all areas of her vast career. Her knowledge of the arts, personality, and skills will only continue to propel her forward.