Doria Worden is originally from the United States. Since her graduation, she trained as an apprentice for two years with the Richmond Ballet in Virginia where she had the opportunity to dance in many of the company’s productions, including George Balanchine’s "The Four Temperaments." After moving to Wisconsin in 2017, she worked for Madison Ballet as a company dancer before moving to Hamburg in 2018 to pursue contemporary dance as a freelancer.
In early 2019, she joined the Gangaray Artistic Programme in Budapest, where she was part of the premier "Írisz" by Timea Maday Kinga. Her personal contemporary dance project "Relatively Independent Subtotalities" was performed at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in Scotland in August 2019. Doria now dances and co-creates with her fellow members of Kollektiva., as well as working as a production assistant for the dance project "OHNE ZWEI" and TANZAHOi International Festival Hamburg.