Retired Members Council (RMC)
Who We Are and What We Do
The Communications Workers of America (CWA), Local 9421, is a labor union that represents ~1,500 members in the Sacramento, California region who work at employers such as AT&T Core (wireline), AT&T Mobility (wireless), Avaya & Avaya Variable Work Force (technology), Creative Vision Printing (printers) and Gordon Schwenkmeyer Inc. (telemarketers).
CWA Local 9421 is a chartered local of CWA, an international labor union. CWA, the largest telecommunications union in the world, represents over 700,000 workers in private and public sector employment in the United States, Canada, Puerto Rico and the Pacific Rim in 1,200 chartered CWA local unions. In 10,000 communities across the United States, CWA members work in telecommunications and information technology, the airline industry, news media, broadcast and cable television, education, health care and public service, law enforcement, manufacturing and other fields. For more information about CWA, please visit www.cwa-union.org.
CWA is part of the American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations (AFL-CIO), which is a voluntary federation of 56 national and international labor Unions. The AFL-CIO Union movement represents more than 12.5 million working men and women.
CWA Local 9421 is also an affiliate of the Sacramento Central Labor Council (SCLC), which represents over 100,000 Union members in the Sacramento region from many different Unions (i.e. SEIU, IBEW, CSEA, etc.).
We at CWA are committed to improving the standard of living for both our current and future members.
We are Union!
We are Family!
We are Proud!
Executive Vice President
1st Vice President
John Adams Jr
Larry Anderson Jr.
John Paul Turner
Robert “Bob” Rees
PPMWS – No Executive Board Members
CWA Local 9421
2725 El Camino Avenue
Sacramento, California 95821
“Labor is prior to, and independent of, capital. Capital is only the fruit of labor, and could never have existed if Labor had not first existed. Labor is superior to capital, and deserves much the higher consideration.”Abraham Lincoln