Dr. Jennifer Walden is an exemplary female surgeon is the male dominated field of plastic surgery. She is a major supporter of women’s causes and proud to employ a team of 16 women. Since the practice features a clientele which leans heavily on the female side as well, the team strives to create an atmosphere which empowers individuals while ensuring that the tone of the office is one of comfort, support, and no judgement. The office manager at Dr. Walden’s Texas-based office likes to utilize the description “strong women supporting strong women” to create an image of their team.
A proud mother of twin boys, Dr. Jennifer Walden is a firm believer that women can have both a fulfilling career life and a loving family life, as well. She underwent several unsuccessful rounds of intrauterine insemination before eventually conceiving via IVF. Despite the fact that conceiving her boys was not an easy or straightforward task, Dr. Walden is grateful for the procedures and says, “They are my life’s greatest blessing” when speaking about her twins.
Dr. Walden was born and raised in Austin, Texas where she grew to establish her medical practice. Walden champions the city for being traditionally more demonstrative of support than the average town when it comes to showing encouragement of female owned businesses. She also celebrates the wide variety of successful businesses in the Austin area and the enjoyably diverse community. Walden is optimistic about the financial future of her medical office as the number of individuals seeking cosmetic services in the area is steadily growing.
As an active member of her community, Dr. Jennifer Walden has been recognized as runner-up for Austin’s Woman of the Year as voted by the Austin Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. She also supports the funding of local teachers through the Eanes Education Foundation and contributions to Forest Trails Elementary School. She offers backing to abused children through membership in the Guardian Angel Society and helps with local childhood hunger through the Junior League’s Food for Tummies Program which provides weekend sustenance to qualifying elementary school children.