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Amy Storey

As CTIA's Assistant Vice President of Public Affairs, Amy Storey works with a variety of audiences, including the media, on wireless industry issues and policies.

Having worked in various capacities for Fleishman-Hillard, one of the world’s premier public relations agencies, as well as serving in key roles for a number of state level elected officials, Storey has considerable public affairs experience.

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

Twitter: @ctia

How to Deploy a Successful NG911 System

As we have said before, wireless devices, at their core, are public safety tools. With more than 396,000 wireless 911 calls made daily, Next Generation 911 (NG911) systems must be able to provide dispatchers with the critical information needed so emergency responders can address situations quickly and efficiently. NG911 technologies have the power to transform [...]

Sotera Wireless Provides In-Depth Patient Data

As part of our February blog theme highlighting how wireless technology is helping to improve heart health, today’s clip is from Medica 2011 with Sotera Wireless’ Gunnar Trommer. His company’s patented device and process continuously monitors vital signs such as pulse rate, ECG and blood pressure so healthcare providers have 24-hour access to their patient’s [...]

Remote Monitor Patients Using Zephyr Technology

Monitoring a patient’s pulse, ECG, breathing and body position has never been easier thanks to wireless innovations. At the CTIA Wireless Health Pavilion at Medica 2011 in Dusseldorf, Germany, Zephyr Technology CEO Brian Russell describes how his company’s device allows a caregiver to access a patient’s vital signs in real time. It also uses the [...]

U.S. Dept of Commerce Director General on Power of mHealth

Speaking at Medica 2011 in Dusseldorf, Germany, Suresh Kumar, Director General of the Commercial Division at the U.S. Department of Commerce, describes the intersection of healthcare and technology. He says wireless technology is the future of medical devices and systems, such as smartphones that can monitor heart rates and send this data to a patient’s [...]

CTIA Reader Poll: Heart Health and Wireless

Is it legal for political campaigns to call your cellphone?

**UPDATE 10/31/12: If you receive a SPAM text message, report it by following these simple steps. Users will not be charged for reporting SPAM text messages. Forward the SPAM text message to SPAM (7726) You will then receive a text asking for the phone number that the text message was sent from; text that number [...]

Stopping Unsolicited Political Campaign Texts

With the election cycle’s presidential primary season in full force, many Americans have received campaign literature, seen television ads and met candidates who are vying for their vote. Unfortunately, some wireless customers have also received unwanted text messages from political campaigns and some of these messages were sent in the middle of the night (between [...]

The Facts (Again) Prove the Wireless Ecosystem is Robustly Competitive

The facts continue to prove the wireless marketplace is driven by competition and innovation. In our initial comments to the FCC on the state of wireless competition for their latest report, we provided a huge amount of data from trusted third-party organizations and our semi-annual survey that showed the competition that exists in the wireless [...]