Transportation Outreach Working Group Member
Intelligence Analyst for Homeland Security Investigations
Amy Storer is on the Transportation Outreach Working Group for the National Outreach Survey for Transportation, under the USDOT Combating Human Trafficking in Transportation Impact Award.
Amy Storer is an Intelligence Analyst for Homeland Security Investigations in Miami, Florida. Previously, Storer worked at Washington D.C. Headquarters, with collective national security experience at the National Targeting Center, Tactical Intelligence Cell, National Intelligence Watch, and Office of the White House Liaison. Prior to re-locating to Savannah, Storer also served as a Congressional Liaison representing Homeland Security.
Her work is victim-centered with human trafficking and child exploitation cases in prime focus. Storer was invited to speak at Interpol’s 2017 Crimes Against Children conference following a successful, global child predator operation. Storer works closely with the United States Attorneys and the Secret Service, leading a financial review team, steadily covering the South Georgia region, and more recently relocating to Miami, FL. Amy is also the Fugitive-at-Large coordinator for her Homeland AOR.
Ms. Storer holds two master’s degrees from Harvard University and Johns Hopkins University. She has been a devoted Professor at Savannah State University since age 27, instructing American Government. Her undergraduate alma mater, Michigan Tech University, honored Amy for the "Top 5 Alumni Under 35" event to inspire future generations of MTU students; she began her collegiate career on a full-ride basketball scholarship.
Storer holds an active Top-Secret security clearance and takes pride in working joint Task Force investigations. Her current goals are to gain enhanced cyber security expertise and to continue forging the pathway for proactive partnerships with financial institutions and big tech industries.