JENNIFER WALDEN, A SUCCESSFUL FEMALE PLASTIC SURGEON.
The America Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ASAPS) at their 2018 Aesthetic meeting elected new board members. Among them was Jennifer Walden, an aesthetic plastic surgeon certified by the board and based in Texas, who was elected society’s executive committee secretary. She is the first female physician to be given a leadership role on Society’s executive committee on the board of directors. Currently, she serves as ASAPS’ commissioner of communication. Jennifer Walden is a founder of Walden Cosmetic Surgery and Laser Center that is based in Austin, Texas for the private plastic surgery and center of ambulatory surgery and Satellite offices at Marble Falls also in Texas. She is among the pioneer plastic surgeons to carry out non-invasive vaginal rejuvenation by use of ThermiVa radiofrequency and diVa laser. She uses SmartGraft for transplantation of a single unit of hair and sculpture for reduction of fat by use of the laser.
Besides Walden Cosmetic Surgery Center, Jennifer Walden works at Hill Country memorial hospital, Seton Hospital, and Westlake Medical Center. Since 2008, she has been Aesthetic society’s member and is a member of American Society of plastic surgeons. For the American College of Surgeons, she is a fellow. Speaking of recognition, Jennifer was selected by Harper’s Bazaar magazine in 2014 among America’s best beauty surgeons. She is among Texas’ super doctors and in 2016/17 she was also among Castle Connely’s Top Doctors. Also, she was selected as a member of the invite-only America Association of Plastic Surgeons.
Dr. Walden is the main opinion leader and a spokesperson for great medical aesthetic companies like Thermi Aesthetics, Lumenis, Cynosure, SmartGraft, and Sciton Incorporation. She lectures during national conferences, on social media and in television segments about network lifestyle. Away from the surgery life, Dr. Walden is a philanthropist. She participated in a campaign by The Austin Leukemia and Lymphoma Society to raise funds for blood cancer research; she is a member of Guardian Angel Society and a contributor to the Tummies program of Austin’s food. She is a sponsor of Eanes Education foundation and Forest Trails Elementary School.