Throughout her professional career, Jackie has received recognition as a top performing advanced clinician that provides quality care and exceeds patient satisfaction. She received her BSN and MSN from Marymount University in Arlington, Virginia. She graduated with Honors and earned induction into Sigma Theta Tau and Delta Epsilon Sigma National Scholastic Honor Societies.
In efforts to further influence health care policy and translate research evidence into clinical practice, she went on to pursue a Doctorate in Nursing Practice from Radford University. As a result of her academic excellence at Radford, she was offered an educational grant and was among the first of the graduating class for the Doctorate of Nursing Practice. Her capstone investigated the psychosocial impact of breast cancer diagnosis in younger women.
She has worked and trained alongside top national and international physicians, surgeons, and other master clinicians across multi-specialties. Jackie's medical aesthetics training has included some of the most respected experts in the industry. Some notable aesthetic trainings include world renowned board certified plastic surgeon Dr. Arthur Swift, world elite anatomist Dr. Sebastian Cotofana, Aesthetics Master Dr. Tim Pearce Manchester UK, Consultant Clinic London UK, and board certified plastic surgeon Dr. Jonathan Sykes in Beverly Hills, regarded as one of the top facial plastic surgeons in the nation. Having an aesthetic eye and thorough understanding of anatomy is the key to perfecting patient results and maximizing safety. Jackie's extensive and always evolving knowledge in the latest innovations in beauty, health, and wellness combined with a personable demeanor make her a top choice for aesthetic and wellness treatments.
Through her professional career and own personal experience, she found one factor (although, there are many others) that influences an individual's overall health and well-being, and that is self-confidence. People who exhibit self-confidence are generally healthier, happier, and more satisfied with their lives. There is also statistical data that implies confident individuals tend to live longer.
"Help restore one's confidence and they'll feel as though they can rule the world. Self-care and confidence go hand in hand. Self-care refreshes and replenishes our personal motivation and helps us to be the best version of our ourselves. I look forward to helping you on your path to be the best you."
-Dr. Jacquelyn Katz, DNP, FNP-C