National Security Analyst and Professor of Human Slavery & Child Exploitation Investigations
Amy Storer is an Intelligence Analyst for Homeland Security Investigations in Miami, Florida. Previously, Storer worked at Washington D.C. Headquarters with collective experience at the National Targeting Center; the Tactical Intelligence Cell; the National Intelligence Watch; and the Office of the White House Liaison. Casework in these positions include counter-terrorism; human slavery; financial fraud; and child exploitation. Storer also served as a Congressional Liaison for Homeland working in close coordination with Congressional leaders on Homeland Security Policy.
Storer was invited to speak at the 2017 Interpol Crimes Against Children international conference following a successful international operation. Additional speaking engagements include Keynote addresses at the 2020 CIA-CON Summit as well as the global Cyberpol Summit.
Ms. Storer holds two master’s degrees from Harvard University and Johns Hopkins before attending Michigan Tech on a full-ride basketball scholarship. Storer is currently a Professor of American Government, Homeland Security Policy, and Human Trafficking at Savannah State University. Michigan Tech University honored Ms. Storer at the “Top 5 Alumni Under 35” event to inspire future generations.