Jackie Heinricher, President & CEO
As founder, President and CEO of Booshoot, Jackie Heinricher built a company that is leading the world in the development of a new plant multiplication science leading to the production of bamboo starts on a commercial scale. Like many successful start ups, Booshoot has its roots in humble beginnings. Ms. Heinricher launched the company in 1998, dividing plants by hand in her barn in Anacortes, WA, before eventually growing Booshoot into a multimillion dollar biotechnology concern. In addition to managing the company, Ms. Heinricher spearheads R&D and Intellectual Property development. She earned her master’s of science degree in fisheries from Tennessee Tech University. She has authored numerous patents and articles for peer reviewed journals, and been featured in the Seattle Times, New York Times, NPR, Reader’s Digest and beyond.
Our executive team is comprised of established industry leaders, each with more than 20 years of experience within their individual specialty. The team’s expertise includes business management, finance, sales and marketing, legal human resources, sustainability, logistics and production management.
Booshoot’s laboratory team consists of global leaders in plant science, with more than a century of combined experience in groundbreaking research and large-scale commercial production. The company has developed a strong intellectual property portfolio, and is a global leader in cutting-edge bamboo research and development.