Claude Cummings Jr.
President


Claude Cummings, Jr.- Vice President of CWA District 6, representing workers in Arkansas, Kansas, Missouri, Oklahoma and Texas. He is the first African American to hold this position and the first African American to negotiate a Union contract with AT&T, who has the largest unionized work force in the country.

Claude is a native Houstonian, a graduate of Kashmere High School. A leader in the Fifth Ward Missionary Baptist Church, he is Chairman of the Deacon Board and a member of the, Brotherhood, and Male Chorus and President of the Board of Directors of the Faith Revitalization Center, Inc, the 501(c)3 arm of the church.

A leading voice in local and state politics, Cummings worked for passage of a state law to enable AT&T to provide video services to customers which brought many jobs to state. He also served as a delegate to past Democratic National Conventions. He is a longtime community activist, supporting and directing civil rights efforts in the region, United Way contribution drives, community religious events, and other community and civic campaigns.


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