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Amy Storey

As CTIA's Vice President of Public Affairs, Amy Storey is responsible for advancing the wireless industry positions on issues and policies before a variety of audiences, including traditional and online media.

Prior to joining CTIA, Storey was the Vice President of the Corporate Reputation and Technology Practice for Fleishman-Hillard International Communications in Washington, D.C. In this role, she provided communication and public affairs support and served as lead staff for key technology and wireless communications accounts. Before her time at Fleishman-Hillard, Storey held key roles for a number of elected officials at the state level.

Storey graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison with a bachelor's degree in political science.

Twitter: @ctia

Juniper Networks: The Value of Enterprise Apps

What makes a great mobile enterprise application? Juniper Networks CIO and Senior Vice President of Technology and Business Operations Bask Iyer believes  if an enterprise app is poorly designed and it isn’t of much value then similar to most consumer apps, employees will not use it.

Lilliputian Systems: One Charge That Lasts Weeks

A finalist for an E-Tech Award at CTIA 2013 in Las Vegas, Mouli Ramani, Vice President of Marketing and Business Development for Nectar Mobile Power, shows off the Lilliputian Systems solid oxide fuel cell that powers devices for up to two weeks. The consumer-friendly version of this butane-turned-electricity charger is available for the holiday buying […]

Charge Doctor: Faster Charging Via Computer

From the show floor at CTIA 2013 in Las Vegas, President and CEO of Digital Innovation, LLC Colin Anderson displays the Charge Doctor, a wireless device charging solution. This E-Tech Award finalist helps computers recognize devices and charge at the rate of plugging the device into a wall, up to four times faster.

New Orleans & DC Residents: Find the Best School Using CTIA’s Apps

For families in New Orleans and Washington, D.C., finding the “best” school for your kids may be a challenge. That’s why The Wireless Foundation supported the development of the NOLA Parent’s Guide and MyDCcharters apps to give you information on charter schools such as the location of the closest school, the school’s performance, program offerings […] Helps People with Disabilities Find a Cellphone

According to the 2010 U.S. Census, 57 million Americans are living with a disability, representing nearly 50 percent of all adults 65 and over.  The ability to communicate is vital , so through CTIA’s, consumers may find the best wireless device that meets their unique needs using GARI (Global Accessibility Reporting Initiative). A voluntary […]

Corporate Philanthropy Pavilion: Sprint

During CTIA 2013, Sprint showcased its consumer safety initiatives in the Corporate Philanthropy Pavilion. In addition to its internal work toward sustainability and accessibility, Sprint highlighted: 4NetSafety – Partnering with organizations such as Boys and Girls Clubs of America and the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, Sprint’s 4NetSafety program provides free Internet safety […]

Corporate Philanthropy Pavilion: Ericsson

As part of the Corporate Philanthropy Pavilion at CTIA 2013, which promotes wireless industry nonprofit programs, Ericsson displayed the global impact of broadband.  Through their Technology for Good campaign, it supports programs and initiatives that use mobile technology to better lives by addressing issues such as poverty, human rights and climate change. Ericsson’s Technology for […]

“It Can Wait” Demonstrated via AT&T Texting Simulator

At CTIA 2013, CTIA Vice President of Public Affairs John Walls stepped into the AT&T “It Can Wait” Texting Simulator at the Corporate Philanthropy Pavilion to show how difficult – and incredibly dangerous – it is to text while driving. CTIA, along with Sprint, T-Mobile and Verizon as well as a number of other organizations, […]