As a serious young student, Jennifer was devoted to playing cello and also had a strong interest in science. When she was accepted to music conservatory and to Princeton University, she chose to go to Princeton and to study both music and science. During college, she decided to become a doctor, and after finishing all of her undergraduate pre-med requirements, she took some time off after college, in large part to seek funding for medical school. She won scholarships through the Miss America organization as Miss Iowa 1999 and competed in the 1999 Miss America Pageant. She reflects on her year of competing and traveling in the pageant world, explaining that she developed speaking skills and media experience through her appearances as Miss Iowa.
Now, Dr. Caudle has taken her media experience to another level. With regular appearances on CNN/ HLN, Fox News, The Dr. Oz Show and others, she also has been featured on radio shows, writes for The Daily Beast, Huff Post and CNN, among others. In fact, she had just finished taping a segment at Time Warner Center when we spoke for this interview. She is an Assistant Professor in the department of Family Medicine at Rowan University School of Osteopathic Medicine where she is the clerkship director for the 3rd year Family Medicine clerkship, she teaches residents and she sees patients. In addition, she frequently travels for her media appearances.
Dr Caudel's website is www.drjencaudle.com
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