Jennifer Walden, M.D., has stepped-up her game ever since she started her professional career as a cosmetic surgeon. This phenomenal woman is well-educated as well as being very cognizant in her patients’ background no matter the race, religion or creed. The Austin-native spent most of her time in Texas. Her mother was surgical nurse, and her father was a dentist. Walden just so happened to be one of the five children that this couple produced, and they all were instilled with hard work and education from a young age.
After graduating from Anderson High School, Walden went on to attend the University of Texas as well as attend the University of Texas Medical Branch. During this period of time, she would get a chance to experience a variety of things that pertained to cosmetic surgery. The affluent Plaster Surgery Associates in Miami offered her an externship. Of course, Walden jumped at the opportunity as she was able to learn from some of the top professionals in the business. One of those professionals just so happened to be Dr. James Stuzin. During her years in college, Walden would earn a B.A. in Biology, would attain her M.D., would be elected as the president of Alpha Omega Honor Medical Society and was able to graduate as the salutatorian of her class.
Her very next stop was New York’s Manhattan Eye, Ear & Throat Hospital. Obtaining her fellowship was the goal, and she so rightly achieved it. Walden would work with the EETH ass well as work with other hospitals in the immediate area. As of today, she is the founder of the Walden Cosmetic Surgery & Laser Center in the city of Austin, Texas. As of 2018, Dr. Jennifer Walden has made history by becoming the first female to be elected Secretary of the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery.