Doria Goldman

doria.jpgAdvertising, for some, is a dirty word. For Doria Goldman, it means communication.

Design is work. As a professional communicator, she sees herself as a catalyst for bringing people together. Positivity is not just made up of circumstance. We are more than our situation, we are what we decide to do with it. She uses her talent with art, to build bridges of appreciation and understanding between people. We can never have enough brotherhood and kindness. She says, "I want to be a constant reminder of all things good, to the people I know."

For Doria, being a Via Colori artist is personal. She was partially deaf until she was 5. Her ears were in good shape, only there was a skin covering over her ear canal that needed to be removed, and then tubes were inserted. Bu she says she remembers very well, what it was like, always looking at people, to realize they had been trying to get her attention for some time. She understands a bit the challenges these kiddos are up against, and says she fully respects the people who are working with the children every day, giving them the opportunity to lead extraordinary, successful lives!

Welcome back Doria - we're glad to have you be a part of our team!

Back to Artist Page

Connect with Via Colori

Get Directions


View Larger Map

Contact Us

The Center for Hearing and Speech

3636 West Dallas
Houston, TX 77019
P 713-523-3633
F 713-523-8399