The group brings together leading women in aesthetic plastic surgery from around the world to forge new paths in the specialty

GARDEN GROVE, Calif., September 22, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The Global Alliance of Women Leaders in Aesthetic Plastic Surgery was founded in May 2022 to bring together leading women in aesthetic plastic surgery from around the world – founded by The Aesthetic Society under the leadership of its first female President, the doctor. Jennifer Walden. The Global Alliance is dedicated to providing a forum for leaders of aesthetic plastic surgery organizations to network and collaborate with the goal of expanding the community, breaking down barriers, and forging new paths to enhance the coveted specialty. The Global Alliance for Women Leaders in Aesthetic Plastic Surgery is dedicated to strategically organizing women leaders in the field of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery to create and sustain an environment that recognizes, cultivates and utilizes the talent of its community.

The initial goal of the Global Alliance is to host moderated roundtables so that the entire global plastic surgery public, including those in training, can access and benefit from the education and leadership of this band. The goal is to empower all plastic surgeons who aspire to develop their natural abilities to their full potential and equip them to excel as leaders within the profession and in their own communities. The Global Alliance held its first roundtable via a webinar on June 25, 2022 discuss their keys to success and pathways to leadership.

“I looked forward to serving the aesthetic society as the first female president – and at a recent educational meeting I met many female plastic surgeons who were either presidents of their national societies or held leadership positions. “, explains Dr. Walden, president. of the Aesthetic Society. “We knew we needed to develop a collaborative networking group so that we could not only recognize the accomplishments of these female plastic surgeons, but help all plastic surgeons with pathways to leadership.”

The Global Alliance of Women Leaders in Aesthetic and Plastic Surgery will host its first in-person panel September 24, 2022at the 26th ISAPS World Congress in Istanbul, Turkey. The panel “Leadership in a Multicultural Environment and Why It Matters Now” will focus on multicultural leadership and how successful plastic surgery practices are born every day, all over the world.

The alliance is currently made up of around twenty female plastic surgeons in leadership positions around the world, including: Catherine Bergeret-Galley (French Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons), Aurélie Fabie-Boulard (French Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons), Monserrat Fontbona (Chilean Society of Plastic Surgery), Lydia Ferreira (Brazilian Society of Plastic Surgeons), Caroline Glickman (Foundation for teaching and research in cosmetic surgery), mindy haws (The Aesthetic Society), Patricia McGuire (Foundation for teaching and research in cosmetic surgery), Gabrielle Miotto (Foundation for teaching and research in cosmetic surgery), Isabelle Moreno (Spanish Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery), Mary O’Brien (British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons), Nora Nugent (British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons), Tracy Pfeifer (The Aesthetic Society), Amira Sanki (Australian Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons), Birgit Stark (Swedish Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery), Bertha Torres Gomez (Mexican Association of Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgery) Lina Triana (International Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery), Nancy Van Laeken (Canadian Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery), Argentina Vidrascu (Romanian Society of Aesthetic Surgery), Jennifer Walden (The aesthetic society), and Mary Wiedner (International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery).

To attend the September 24e panel “Leadership in a multicultural environment and why it matters now” register here.

About the aesthetic company:

The Aesthetic Society is recognized as the world’s premier organization devoted entirely to aesthetic plastic surgery and aesthetic medicine of the face and body. The Aesthetic Society is made up of more than 2,600 plastic surgeons; Active members are certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery (UNITED STATES) or by the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada and have extensive training in the full spectrum of surgical and non-surgical aesthetic procedures. International Active Members are certified by equivalent boards in their respective countries. All members worldwide adhere to a strict code of ethics and must meet strict membership requirements.

About the International Society for Plastic Surgery (ISAPS):

The International Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ISAPS) is the world’s leading professional body for board-certified aesthetic plastic surgeons. Founded in 1970, ISAPS provides an open forum for the exchange of knowledge in aesthetic plastic surgery, working for safe cosmetic surgery worldwide. ISAPS organizes scientific meetings around the world, and offers advanced training and continuing education in aesthetic plastic surgery. Today, ISAPS members include more than 5,100 of the world’s most respected cosmetic and reconstructive surgeons in 117 countries. ISAPS’ experienced surgeons demonstrate their commitment to ethical practice and patient safety.

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