Dr. Jacqueline Walters is a philanthropist, health expert, women’s advocate and award-winning OBGYN on a mission to impact the lives of millions. This board-certified doctor lives by the philosophy “work hard, play hard.” After earning two bachelor of science degrees from the University of Mississippi and Alcorn State University, and graduating from the University of Mississippi School of Medicine, Dr. Walters completed her residency in obstetrics and gynecology from the Medical Center of Central Georgia and Mercer University.
As a two-time breast cancer survivor, Dr. Walters has turned her pain into a passion for nurturing the emotional and physical needs of women and men diagnosed with breast cancer through her 50 Shades of Pink Foundation, an organization established in 2013 to treat the inner and outer beauty of survivors. Beyond offering a support system for breast cancer patients, Dr. Walters is on a mission to end racial disparities in healthcare through her upcoming initiative, “If We Are Dying More, We Should Be Doing More.”
Her positive and vibrant attitude toward life, infused with her dedication to work and family, has made her a fan favorite. Dr. Walters has added best-selling author to her list of accomplishments with the debut of her feminine health book, “The Queen V,” which has been turned into the popular podcast “Dr. Jackie’s Point of V.” She has been featured on “Today,” “Access Hollywood,” “Essence,” People.com and more.
Dr. Walters resides in Atlanta with Curtis, her husband of 20 years.