Jackie Walters Biography
Jackie Walters born Jacqueline Walters on July 27, 1958 in Port Gibson, Mississippi’s a physician on women’s health, a strategic philanthropist and a television star.
Dr. Jackie graduated from the University of Mississippi and Alcorn State University earning dual Bachelor of Science degrees. She later earned her medical degree from the University Of Mississippi School Of Medicine. In 1997, Dr. Jackie completed her residency in Obstetrics and Gynecology from the Medical Center of Central Georgia and Mercer University. After residency, she started in private practice where she also became affiliated with Northside Hospital in Atlanta. She has remained in private practice for 18 years.
As a nationally celebrated board certified Obstetrician and Gynecologist, Dr. Jackie’s high profile clientele consists of The Braxton’s, rapper TI, and superstar Usher. In her practice, Dr. Jackie merges traditional and steadfast medicine along with a cutting-edge method that focuses on the mind, body and spirit. Her patient-focused approach and compassionate care to a diverse population of patients have afforded her recognition as a premiere medical specialist in her field.
Being a two-time breast cancer survivor, Dr. Jackie understands the effects of personal health challenges. As a dedicated teacher, she has assimilated a Women’s Wellness Program into her practice to help eradicate the increasing number of heart disease cases amongst women. In 2013, Dr. Jackie founded the 50 Shades of Pink Foundation, an organization that pays tribute to women and men diagnosed with breast cancer, nurturing their psychological and physical well-being. The charity’s mission is to treat the inner and outer beauty of breast cancer survivors. It hosts an annual fundraising luncheon in October that allows the foundation to further awareness through gifting, sponsorship of various health initiatives and family workshops.
Jackie Married To Medicine
Dr. Jackie also burst onto the small screen in 2013, as one of stars of Bravo’s hit reality series Married to Medicine where the esteemed practitioner earned legions of fans for her distinct style, sense of reason, sincere compassion and unrivaled elegance. Dr. Jackie has proved to be an important influence on the show, using the platform to display a positive and successful female image while raising awareness on the health issues that people must face each and everyday.
Jackie Walters Age – Jacqueline Walters Age
She was born on July 27, 1958. She is 60 years old.
Jackie Walters Husband – Dr Jackie Walters marriage
Her husband is Curtis Berry though she has filed for divorce after she learned her husband had a mistress. They have a daughter Melissa K. McGowan whos is married.
Jackie Walters Divorce – Jackie Walters Divorce
During an appearance on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen, the Married to Medicine star revealed that after she learned her husband Curtis Berry had a mistress, she filed for divorce just three days later.
Jackie Walters Net Worth
She has an estimated net worth of $3 Million.
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Married to Medicine’s Dr. Jackie Walters ‘Felt Homicidal’ When She Learned of Husband’s Affair
Updated On: 2nd July 2018
Dr. Jackie Walters is opening up about her estranged husband’s cheating scandal, and what it felt like to watch it play out in the public eye.
The 54-year-old OB/GYN and Married to Medicine star made an appearance on Kandi Burruss‘ Kandi Koated Nights premiere, where she spoke out about Curtis Berry’s infidelity.
News of the affair first broke when photos of Berry with another woman went viral last April. Walters learned about the infidelity while the Married to Medicine season 5 cameras were rolling. She famously filed for divorce just three days later.
“Initially for me, I felt homicidal,” Walters told Burruss, explaining that she had to keep her private pain away from her professional career as an OBG/YN.
“When you’re seeing patients and you’re walking into an exam room and you find out on an iPad that your husband’s name is on the blog, you still take care of the patient if you’re like me and you do what you got to do and you go, ‘Okay,’ ” she said. “You’re traumatized initially but I think as a professional, you got to keep doin’ what you got to do.”
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She added: “The last thing you want me to do in mid-stream, having surgery or taking care of you is to deal with my own personal problems. That’s part of being a doctor, you sacrifice you.”
Asked if being on TV added to Berry’s celebrity and possibly encouraged him to cheat, Walters said yes.
“The public persona totally adds to it,” Walters said. “Curtis was an athlete before, but I certainly think the exposure of being on TV and [women thinking], ‘Maybe he got a whole lot of money I can get’ [didn’t help].”
Back in November, Walters spoke to PEOPLE exclusively about Berry’s infidelity.
“I didn’t intend to share it,” the two-time breast cancer survivor said. “However, it was addressed. It’s one of those things that you do better than healing in private than you do allowing the public to share it. So yeah, tough is … tough is probably an understatement.”
At the time, Walters said she was working on forgiveness.
“Whether you stay with the person or not, you still have to walk in forgiveness,” she said. “It doesn’t always end in saving the relationship. I think unforgiveness is poison to me and not to the person. It takes a lot of work … and sometimes it doesn’t work.”
One thing she wasn’t doing? Blaming herself for Berry’s affair.
“I have refused to own any rights to that choice that Curtis made,” she said. “I firmly think infidelity damages a relationship because there are a host of conditions and qualifications and considerations that you have to go through and ask, ‘What is it that got my significant other to that place?’ So I own none of it. Infidelity to me is a choice. I cannot make you make a choice. You choose to respond, nobody made you respond that way.”