Dr. Jennifer Lee Walden Is A Shining Star Of Success

Renowned and respected plastic surgeon Dr. Jennifer Lee Walden is an honoree, from Harper’s Bazaar magazine selection as one of the top 24 cosmetic surgeons in the United States. She oversees the Austin, Texas-based Jennifer L. Walden, M.D., PLLC and Walden Cosmetic Surgery Center, PLLC, business operations, with a satellite office in Falls, Texas too. Jennifer graduated from the University of Texas-Austin with a Bachelor of Science in Biology degree and holds a degree from the University of Texas Medical Branch.

After completing her residency at the University of Texas Medical Branch, the Manhattan Eye, Ear, and Throat Hospital granted her a fellowship in aesthetic surgery. Under the guidance, and tutelage of plastic surgeon Dr. Sherill Aston, learning the intricacies of plastic surgery and cosmetic restoration. During her 7 ½ years at the Manhattan Eye, Ear and Throat Hospital, Dr. Jennifer Walden worked closely with the research and application of silicone breast implants.

Regardless of wherever she practiced, Jennifer is always congenial and spirited to her clients and colleagues. Jennifer is a confident woman that asserts herself with a vision for success. She attributes much of her professional success to hard work and owes her personal success to her family.

Jennifer points to her strong, disciplined family upbringing in Texas as a key element on her road to success. She and her four sibling and parents resided in the Northwest Hills section of Austin, Texas. Mom and Dad stressed the value and importance of education for success. Her Dad is a dental surgeon and Mom is a surgical nurse. She sees her parents as the beacon of hope and were her heroes.

Jennifer believes she can inspire young women to seek a career path in medicine and business, and be confident and determined to fulfill their goals. Commenting on the framework for success, “Be a well thought-out, organized woman, It’s a marathon, not a sprint. 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.”


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