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Guest Profile: Jackie Heinricher

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Jackie  Heinricher

An innovator and visionary, Jackie Heinricher's work is helping to support economically challenged communities domestically and internationally by expanding markets for agriculture, forestry, bio-fuel, textiles, green building materials, pulp for paper production and climate mitigation. As founder and CEO of Booshoot, a pioneer and leader in bamboo tissue culture, Heinricher has developed unique, patent-pending technologies that have fueled a transformative shift in how bamboo is grown, propagated and harvested worldwide, offering the potential for it to be grown sustainably and rapidly on a mass agricultural scale.

Prior to founding Booshoot, Heinricher spent a decade in fishery science and management including serving as reservoir manager for the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency and coordinator for a 28-state study for the Mississippi Interstate Cooperative Resource Association. Named one of Seattle Business Magazine's Top Innovators and winner of Martha Stewart's "Dreamers Into Doers" award, Heinricher has appeared in numerous peer-reviewed scientific publications and been featured in The New York Times, Reader's Digest, Smithsonian, The Seattle Times and on NPR. She holds a master's degree in fisheries from Tennessee Tech University.

Jackie Heinricher's Past Shows

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Transformation Talk Radio
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Live 365!
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The Dr. Pat Show's Long Reach!
Reaching over 300 Cable and radio markets plus streaming live on all cell phone aps as well. A national and international syndication! Michael J. Horn President\CEO CRN Digital Talk

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Transformative Moments

8 Scientifically-Backed Ways To Feel More Confident (Even When You're Not)

We dedicate time and energy to cultivating the feeling so we can tap into it when we need it most: at work, in business meetings, on dates, during tough conversations. Fortunately, there are a few science-backed tricks to get us there (even when we totally don't feel it).
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This Couple Left Everything Behind To Build A Treehouse in Hawaii

Gail Armand and Robert van Sluis had a plan for their retirement. All they needed was the perfect time -- when all their finances were in order -- to pull the trigger.
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Depression Myths

Approximately two out of three people who commit suicide suffer from major depression first. In the past, we have spent more time focusing on suicide than on this dominant root cause. And that's finally changing.
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The Danger in Demonizing Male Sexuality

"Popular culture sets up this idea that men are sexual predators who need to resort to trickery and cologne to fulfill their one and only mission, which is sticking their penis in a girl. It’s sad. It’s insulting. And it’s damaging."
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