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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

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, [...]

2011 Wireless Industry Success: CTIA Mobile Application Rating System with ESRB

With more than 1.5 million applications (apps) available on more than 11 different operating systems from more than 28 non-carrier stores, there are a lot of options for consumers. To help inform parents and consumers about the content and context of apps, CTIA and the wireless industry announced in November its Mobile Application Rating System [...]

2011 Wireless Industry Success: Redesign of

The wireless industry has been leaders in innovating and providing a variety of choices and opportunities for all, including individuals with disabilities. As part of the wireless industry’s continued commitment to serving people of all abilities, CTIA announced the redesigned website in March to serve as the initial resource for consumers for information about [...]

2011 Wireless Industry Success: “Wireless Consumer Usage Notification Guidelines”

In October, CTIA announced the “Wireless Consumer Usage Notification Guidelines” that will provide wireless consumers with an alert before and after they reach their monthly limits for voice, data and messaging as well as when they travel abroad. Brian Josef, Assistant Vice President, Regulatory Affairs explains more about  the announcement that was made with FCC [...]

2011 Wireless Industry Success: House Passes Wireless Tax Fairness Act

CTIA and our members have been advocating for the Wireless Tax Fairness Act, which would place a five year moratorium on any new wireless taxes and fees. On average, wireless users across America pay more than 16% in taxes and fees while the average for other taxable goods and services are 7%. In November, the [...]

National Journal Live “Technology 2012 and Beyond” Policy Event Highlights

Speakers at the National Journal Live policy briefing “Technology 2012 and Beyond” on November 16 discussed some of the wireless industry’s most pressing issues, including the need for more spectrum, the harm of prescriptive regulation and the taxation of digital goods. Speakers appearing in this highlight reel include: Steve Largent, President and CEO, CTIA-The Wireless [...]

Consistency in Ratings and Standards with Mobile Application Rating System with ESRB

Speaking at the CTIA Mobile Application Rating System with ESRB announcement, Patricia Vance, President, Entertainment Software Rating Board (ESRB), says that consumers value ESRB tools to guide and help them make informed choices about the age appropriateness of content. The adoption of ESRB ratings for mobile apps fosters consistency in ratings and standards across multiple [...]

Sen. Pryor: Growing Number of Children Using Wireless Indicates Shift in Media Consumption

According to Common Sense Media, more than half of all children eight and under have access to a mobile device in the home, and 11 percent use a cellphone, tablet or similar device for media consumption in a typical day. Speaking at the CTIA Mobile Application Rating System with ESRB announcement, Sen. Mark Pryor (D-AR) [...]