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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

Day Three Wrap Up at International CTIA WIRELESS 2012

International CTIA WIRELESS® 2012 has officially ended, but it’s been a great show. Today, we saw a fantastic keynote address from President Bill Clinton, who talked about creative solutions to global challenges. He spoke about some of the ways wireless is a powerful tool for change, such as bringing financial services to Haiti following the [...]

CTIA Wireless: Global Opportunities with Wireless

With almost 43 percent of the world having access to the Internet and almost 5 billion global wireless connections, Gary Kovacs, CEO of Mozilla Corporation, says that opportunity exists for many companies to provide access to content. Visit the International CTIA WIRELESS® 2012 show highlights page for more pics, videos and conference coverage.

Day Two Wrap Up at International CTIA WIRELESS 2012

Day Two is coming to a close at International CTIA WIRELSS® 2012. It was an exciting day at the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center here in New Orleans, Louisiana. Today’s keynotes started off with Steve Largent, who spoke about the economic impact that wireless brings to the economy, including this fact: for every additional 10 [...]

Summary of Day One at International CTIA WIRELESS 2012

Day One here at International CTIA WIRELESS® 2012 is coming to a close. We just heard from the CEOs of the four largest U.S. carriers who engaged in a spirited discussion with CNBC’s Jim Cramer, host of “Mad Money.” They spoke about the transition to LTE networks, advances in home security and automation and the competitive [...]

Guest Post from Sprint: Protect your smartphone in case it is lost or stolen

In the last couple of weeks, we’ve been highlighting some of the wireless industry’s tools and tips to help consumers protect themselves and their smartphones from being stolen. Today’s guest post was originally published on the Sprint Community site on April 18 from JGatSprint. It is disconcerting to think about losing your smartphone. From email [...]

Guest Post from T-Mobile USA: Report a lost or stolen phone

We’re continuing to help educate consumers about the tools and tips they can use to protect themselves and their smartphones from being stolen (reminder about the four steps to deter smartphone thefts). Today’s guest blog post is from T-Mobile USA on what its customers should do if their devices are lost or stolen. For more [...]

Guest Post from AT&T: Protecting Your Device, Protecting Your Information

As part of our continued efforts to educate consumers about the tools and tips they can use to protect themselves and their smartphones from being stolen (as part of the four steps to deter smartphone thefts), we’re posting some information from the participating wireless companies. Today’s guest blog post was originally posted on the AT&T [...]

RSVP for CTIA Conference and Webinar: New Developments in Tower Siting Law

CTIA is sponsoring a conference and teleconference/webinar on Friday, April 20, highlighting important new developments in tower siting law and regulation. One of the key goals of federal policymakers is to promote wireless broadband build-out, and the Administration, Congress and the FCC have recognized that this cannot be achieved without expeditious tower siting. This CTIA [...]