Walden was born in Austin and raised the neighborhood of Northwest Hills. Her parents being experts in the medical fields had high value for education. Dr. Jenifer Walden recognizes her mother’s effort in raising her and her other for siblings. She even goes to the extent of saying that plastic surgery is much easier than parenting. According to her, one easily controls her work environment, unlike the kids who are very much unpredictable.
She became the pioneer of her class at the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston from where she was awarded a bachelor’s degree in Biology. She completed her aesthetic surgery fellowship at the Manhattan, Ear, Eye and Throat Hospital and then built a fruitful plastic in the New York City before returning to her hometown in 2011. Dr. Jennifer Walden had an undying love for artistry and its creativity combined with the imminence of surgical results, and this love made her go for plastic surgery. She has worked as a plastic surgeon for over eight years majorly focusing on cosmetic plastic surgery.
The Harpe’s Bazaar magazine listed Dr. Walden as one leading 24 beauty surgeons in the US. It outlines Dr. Walden as an expert in her field being trained with the best cosmetics surgeons in the New York City. She is the first and only woman who have ever taken part in the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ASAPS) as one of the directors of the board where she currently serves. Dr. Jennifer Walden has appeared in the media, in the most famous magazines and National television programs. She is an author whose publications has earned her awards.
Dr. Walden does 99% of her surgeries in her operation room in Austin from where she lives with her twin sons. She has maintained high standards for the room which are fully accredited by the premiere program for office OR accreditation, AAAASF. She makes arrangements with the Westlake Medical Center to admit her patients overnight.
Her confidence and achievement-oriented goals have taken her to far places. She has a guiding philosophy where she believes that she is a doer. In her life, Dr. Walden strives to inspire as many women as she can.