Our Campaign for Workers

There will always be a need for a defense of workers from exploitation, abuse, and adverse conditions. We as workers face many struggles on a daily basis. Whether we can afford to put food on the table, how much utilities are going to come to at the end of the month, whether we can afford a bus pass or fix our car when it breaks down just so we can make it to an 8 to 12 hour shift with little breaks and constant overworking and overextension. We do this until we retire and survive off social security so minuscule from what we paid into and labored our whole life for.

The Government has consistently failed to take into the needs of workers after all big corporations flow billions into lobbying, donations, and PACs. But what big corporations don't have is something more valuable than money itself: us, the people. We can, and we will fight back because we must.

This is our campaign, our beliefs, and our ideals. We want a better world we know we can have, one that is deserved.

Meet Our Team

We are the group of young adults behind of the operations of SAWC. We are all workers who make near minimum wage and understand the struggle workers of all ages, genders, and ethnicities face.

We all strive to make our city the best it can be and we are proud to work and go behind such a noble and amazing cause like SAWC.

Colton Unden

Director of Operations & Management

Colton spent his childhood interning on political campaigns and statehouses across the country. A firm advocate in expanding economic and social welfare promoting workers and working conditions. He's advocated for: $15/Min Wage, Paid Leave, Rent Control, Public Housing/Assistance, Universal Basic Income, and Utilities Assistance along with other issues. He is working on his B.S. in Urban Planning and is a Barista downtown.

Angel Estrada

Development Design Director

Angel's family immigrated from Chihuahua, Mexico so Angel could work on his B.S. in Architecture from the University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA). He's known having to move around Mexico and Texas as his family faced hardships trying to find places to live and provide off minimum wage, he now looks for opportunities to make the world a better place.

Dakota Powell, MPH


Dakota graduated with his Masters of Public Health from Columbia University in New York, he also has a certificate Data Sciences. Passionate about Workers and Public Conditions, Dakota is a consultant for SAWC on Data, Public Health & Conditions, along with LGBT Workers Affairs.