Native Texas Doctor Nominated For Austin’s Woman Of The Year

World renowned plastic surgeon Dr. Jennifer Walden has been nominated for this year’s Austin Woman Of The Year Award by the South Texas Chapter of the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. Both the male and female nominees compete in the honor of a child survivor of blood cancer and to raise the most fund for researching the disease. Dr. Walden is a well known doctor in her community as well as across the nation for her techniques and developments in aesthetic surgery. Between the dates of March 23rd and June 4th Walden will work to raise money to help find a cure for blood cancer. The winner will be selected by whoever gets the most votes on June 4th and will be presented with the award at the Grand Finale Gala.
Dr. Jennifer Walden is a Texas native who runs her private clinic in Westlake Hills with a satellite office in Marble Falls. She is best known for her perfected skills in plastic surgery and has had multiple research papers published in medical journals. Walden also co-authored and co-edited a best selling book about plastic surgery. She has appeared on multiple major networks like Fox News, ABC News, VH1, and MTV to give commentary on celebrity plastic surgery as well as discuss new innovative techniques being developed for out patient procedures. Last year Dr. Walden was named one of the “The Best Plastic Surgeons in America” by American Way.
Dr. Walden completed her undergraduate and medical schooling at the University of Texas where she graduated salutatorian of her class. She then continued her education through her internship and residency years in Texas before being offered a renowned fellowship position under the esteemed Dr. Sherrell Aston who is one of the top plastic surgeons in the country. She studied under Dr. Aston at Manhattan Eye, Ear, and Throat hospital and stayed with the hospital as an attending before opening up her private practice on the Upper East Side. Following the birth of her twins Dr. Walden packed up her practice and moved back home to Texas to raise her family.