Mike Corey, KI1U, joined the ARRL HQ staff in April 2010 as Emergency Preparedness Manager. Prior to joining League staff he worked in law enforcement in Indiana and Mississippi. He has also served as an emergency management volunteer, disaster response volunteer, reserve police officer, and on emergency operations center staff. Mike is also a public safety training instructor in Mississippi.
Mike, along with Vic Morris, AH6WX, is the author of the ARRL publication Storm Spotting and Amateur Radio published by the ARRL in 2010. He also served as a writer and editor for the ARRL's Public Service Communications Handbook.
Mike has been licensed since 1988 and holds an Amateur Extra class license. Besides emergency communications and public service Mike’s interests in Amateur Radio are diverse. He is an active DXer and contester. He primarily operates CW and digital modes as well as satellites.
He is a life member of the ARRL, alumni member of Indiana University Amateur Radio Club, member of the University of Mississippi Amateur Radio Club, Yankee Clipper Contest Club, and the Kokomo Amateur Radio Club. Mike is also a member of the Association of Public Safety Communication Officials, International Association of Emergency Managers, Radio Club of America, and American Meteorological Society.