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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

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, […]

NCMEC Hope Awards 2013 Dinner

Last night in Washington, D.C., CTIA President and CEO Steve Largent accepted the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC) Hope Awards. Steve accepted the award on behalf of the wireless industry for its work on the Wireless AMBER Alerts, which has now transitioned to Wireless Emergency Alerts. As Steve noted in his remarks, […]

Tips on How to Pitch Reporters for Interviews at CTIA 2013

UPDATE: 8/12/13: Even though we developed these tips for We’re less than a month away from CTIA 2013, they certainly apply to MobileCON 2013. The MobileCON registered media list will be available approximately one month prior to the show. Here are some tips for PR/marketing people when you pitch reporters for interviews. Remember, the pre-registration […]

I Text for Coffee

“I text for coffee” is not a bumper sticker (yet), but it’s actually how we get our coffee in the morning. As a part of CTIA’s Landline Texting Working Group, Zipwhip modified a regular commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) espresso machine so when a user sent a text message to a particular landline number and tell it either […]

How a Smartphone Becomes a Microscope: Connected Health

This month’s Wonders of Wireless theme is connected health. While there are a number of great examples, we thought we’d highlight a few. Today, it’s CellScope. As this story from Tree Hugger states, “Microscopic images of blood samples could be used by doctors (or sent to doctors in a remote location) to identify diseases like […]

Text4baby Turns 3!

Three years ago, The Wireless Foundation, CTIA and a number of its members joined the National Healthy Mothers, Healthy Babies Coalition (HMHB) to launch text4baby, a free mobile educational service designed to promote the birth of healthy babies, particularly those in underserved populations. The infant mortality rate in the U.S. is one of the highest […]