Jennifer Walden is a renowned plastic surgeon whose insight is incredibly invaluable. Jennifer Walden thoughts on business and life are simple, “You need the personality and internal drive to sustain your education, career, and well-being of your family and yourself over the long haul, not just over months or a few years.” These are the key ingredients to her success and she isn’t stopping there!
Jennifer was named 1 out of 24 of the best surgeons in the nation by Harper’s Bazaar, an honor she undoubtedly does not take lightly. She has spent her entire life perfecting her skill and began her training after schooling with many celebrated cosmetic surgeons in New York City. She continued her successful career by opening an office in the city and eventually moved to Austin and did the same. She is known for being one of the only women to have ever served on the board of directors for the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery.
Her accolades are innumerable. Jennifer is a published author, has received awards and notoriety as a surgeon, and she has even graced the covers of magazines and appeared on many reality television shows. She has not let fame get to her head. She is a strong woman, but incredibly grounded. She has balanced her life with work and family beautifully.
The medical field was in her blood at a very early age. Her mother was a surgical nurse and her father a dentist. She was raised in the Northwest Hills in Austin, Texas and her upbringing was very focused on education and quality achievements. She calls her mother her hero, for raising 5 children while working with ease and perfection. It was a childhood full of incredible values that she has implemented in her life as well.
She has said that her love of plastic surgery began when she fell in love with the artistic and creative traits one needed to serve as a surgeon in this particular medical field. Her client base is mostly women, and she has a waiting list of prospective clients eager to have their first consultation with one of the nations most distinguished surgeons. At the end of the day she hopes she can inspire women to have it all.