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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.

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AT&T’s de la Vega Talks Mobile

Enterprise, applications, and machine-to-machine communications are the centerpieces of Ralph de la Vega’s Day One Keynote address. The President and CEO of AT&T Mobility and Consumer Markets talks about his key themes.

Polycom’s CEO on Video Solution

Polycom’s President and CEO, Andy Miller, addresses the growing need for high quality video collaboration in today’s mobile digital society and showcases Polycom’s game-changing video solution for enterprises.

Smartphones Impact Commerce

Dan Schulman, Group President, Enterprise Growth, American Express Company, predicts that smartphones will be the future of mobile communications and have a major impact on commerce.

Sprint: Commitment to M2M

Sprint Nextel’s General Manager of M2M Marketing, Tom Nelson, discusses the companies emerging solutions group, their four key focus areas and commitment to M2M.

Apps Enhance Connectivity in Vehicles

Don Butler, Vice President, Cadillac, explains how the popularity of smartphones has driven Cadillac to develop apps to enhance in-vehicle connectivity.

Samsung on Galaxy S II, Epic 4G Touch

Kim Titus, Director of Public Relations at Samsung Telecommunications America talks about their award winning device, Samsung Galaxy S II™, Epic 4G Touch that is very slim and offers a clear screen to view entertainment in a whole new way.

U.S. Wireless Ecosystem is Robustly Competitive

Competition drives the U.S. wireless industry. When one objectively looks at the major market indicators, competition is the reason why we lead the world in efficiency and value for consumers.  These indicators include capital expenditures and network investments; infrastructure deployments; subscribership levels; subscriber growth; number of devices manufactured for the U.S. market; growth of device [...]

Keep States Accountable for Misuse of E911 Funds

Every day, there are almost 400,000 wireless 911 calls made. With nearly 30 percent of consumers living in wireless-only households, CTIA believes all wireless customers should have access to E911 services. Even though wireless consumers pay more than $2 billion a year in 911 fees and charges to support their state and local 911 systems, [...]