Dr. Jennifer Walden is a renowned plastic surgeon based in Austin. Last year, she was named by Harper’s Bazaar magazine as one of the 24 top-most plastic surgeons in America. Most of her early life was spent in Texas. There she attended and graduated from Anderson High School. Later, she was admitted to the University of Texas, where she had her bachelor’s degree in Biology.
Jennifer Walden was admitted to medical school on a waiting list. She couldn’t wait to get into the system and prove to everyone that she one was not just an alternative but the real deal. Upon, getting admitted to medical school, she worked as hard as she could and graduated salutatory.
She was lucky to get a post-residency fellowship admittance at the Manhattan Eye, Ear and Throat hospital. That year, she was one of the lucky two, who were admitted for the yearly fellowship. She served under the guideline of Sherrell Aston- Also her mentor.
Later on, Walden decided to start her own practice in Manhattan. She collaborated with Aston, who had thirty years of experience, in the cosmetic industry, by then. She also brought in her international clientele. Together, they built what would be called a mover and shaker practice. She served for about eight years before moving back to her hometown.
The main reason for Walden moving back to Austin was to raise her twin boys. She is a proud single, always happy to bring her two boys in on any conversation. According to various interviews, Walden comments that she a single mother by choice, getting pregnant through in-vitro fertilization. She moved back to her hometown to get the support of her family, while raising her children.
The core reason for her success, both in personal in work life, is due to her great support system. Walden has the support of her family and nannies. Therefore, enabling her concentrate on her career. As at now, her Austin practice has grown such that she operates on a waiting list. She contracts the services of Westlake Medical Center whenever she has patients that have to sleep-in for monitoring.