Effective October 1, 2012, QUALCOMM Incorporated completed a corporate reorganization in which the assets of certain of its businesses and groups, as well as the stock of certain of its direct and indirect subsidiaries, were contributed to Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. (QTI), a wholly-owned subsidiary of QUALCOMM Incorporated. Learn more about these changes

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Kyle Moss


Kyle Moss serves as a Government Affairs Analyst for Qualcomm’s Wireless ReachTM initiative. Based in San Diego, Moss helps manage Wireless Reach (WR) projects in Africa and Southeast Asia. These projects are part of the strategic WR program that brings wireless technology to underserved communities globally. Moss works closely with partners to ensure projects, that foster entrepreneurship, aid in public safety, enhance the delivery of health care, enrich teaching and learning and improve environmental sustainability are strategic, well conceived, and properly executed and maintained.As of August 2012, Moss has three years of experience at Qualcomm, previously with Corporate Giving where she helped maintain giving programs such as Youth Sports Sponsorships, Computer Donations, and Event Contributions while also growing social media awareness for the team. She was one of the four person team to plan and implement the inaugural Global Volunteer Week, during which employees were granted work hours to volunteer with one of over 30 local non-profits.Prior to her work with Qualcomm, Moss dedicated a year of service to Invisible Children, a social, political and global movement non-profit organization that uses the transformative power of story to change lives. In her roles with Invisible Children, also based in San Diego, she helped plan and implement worldwide events, traveled the US to help inspire American youth to value creativity, idealism and sacrifice in order to raise awareness concerning Africa’s longest running war and the child soldier crisis in East Africa. She also brings corporate working experience from the Sports and Entertainment Commercial Printing industry in the Bay Area where she was initially recruited to work out of college.Moss enjoys volunteering with the local San Diego chapter of the International Rescue Committee where she is part of the Families Connect program as well as coaching Special Olympics sports teams for the past few years. She received her B.S. Degree in Graphic Communication with a minor in Packaging from California Polytechnic University, San Luis Obispo.