Dr Walden RecapWoman of the Year to Come from Lost Creek?

The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society is conducting its search for its Woman of the Year for 2016. From across the country, candidates are nominated by their local chapters in honor of a childhood survivor of blood cancer while also raising awareness and funds for its research. The LLS’ South Central Texas Chapter has named Dr. Jennifer Walden as its candidate for 2016.

Walden, who works as a plastic surgeon at Westlake Medical Center will compete against other candidates for the LLS’ title of Woman of the Year by raising funds in an effort to rid the world of blood cancers, and has to do so between March 23 and June 4. Each dollar collected is counted as a symbolic vote for the candidate in question. Those with the most votes will be titled Woman of the Year for the South Central Texas Chapter of the LLS. The votes will be counted and the winner chosen at the Grand Finale Gala at the AT&T Conference Center on June 4.

Jennifer Lee Walden has been known for her expertise in plastic surgery, but she is well known for her media presence as well as her academic contributions to medicine. She is the founder of the Walden Cosmetic Surgery Center where she provides plastic and ambulatory surgeries from her private practice in Austin, Texas, and has staff who provide similar support as a satellite campus in Marble Falls.

Walden is member of noted plastic surgery organizations like the Modern Aesthetics and Plastic Surgery Practice’s Editorial Board of Directors as well as the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery Board of Directors.

Operating as the largest voluntary health agency combating blood cancer, the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society lengthens its international footprint in its attempt to cure blood related cancers like leukemia, lymphoma and myeloma to help the suffers of these conditions enjoy a healthy life. In order to conduct its operations, the LLS takes in donations in order to perform research and provide support and information to the public about all that they do.

Empowering Women To Feel And Look Their Best

The desire to look and feel your best is one that everyone can relate to. In an age where technology provides us not only with instant access but also instant images it can be tough to maintain that best ideal. Time has a tendency to catch up to all of us, where we once had tight curves and gentle laugh lines, we now face growing mid-sections and deep set wrinkles. Exercise and eating right can only go so far and eventually the decision to take control of our changing bodies is needed. This is when one looks to aesthetic surgery. Whether it is something to help get rid of that stubborn area that doesn’t respond to exercise or a lift against gravity. Wanting to feel and look good is an important part of life. Having the confidence to know that you look your best is priceless.

The Texas lifestyle is one where we work hard and play hard. In order to be our best sometimes we need a little extra. This is when the award-winning, fully accredited Dr. Jennifer Walden can help. A Texas native she studied not only in her home state, but also had an Aesthetic Surgery Fellowship with the Manhattan Eye, Nose and Throat Hospital; the premier “hands-on” clinical training for Aesthetic Surgery. She has returned to Texas to open a clinic and to raise her boys around their family.

With a focus on making women feel empowered, Dr. Walden is one of the best Aesthetic Surgeons in the state. A noted philanthropist, Dr. Walden is part of numerous child related agencies; working Austin Smiles to provide corrective surgery for children born with cleft lip and those in need of palate surgery. She also continues to improve her community by helping to serve with the Junior League of Austin’s program to provide underprivileged elementary school children with food that they can take home over the weekend. Doctor Walden continues to support women’s health and is a member of the Executive Leadership Team for the Go Red program, seeking to raise awareness of heart disease in women.