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Eric T. Tung, is currently social media specialist at Spark Energy and a freelance social media consultant . He as formerly marketing communications associate with GDF SUEZ Energy Resources was charged with leading social media marketing efforts, developing CPC based search marketing campaigns, and working with ad, design, and PR agencies to achieve organizational directives. In , Eric brought together two of his strongest points, marketing and technology while working with Information Builders, implementing a variety of innovative email, online, and telemarketing coordinated campaigns. Eric was able to increase event registrations over in several markets, while learning the intricacies of network modeling and data architecture. In , Eric began at Ned Lamont for Senate as a field volunteer. After a successful primary campaign, Eric was offered a full-time position as Field Media Producer, the sole staffer responsible for video from campaign events. In , Eric founded NoriegaBlog.com. In , he began his professional career in consumer product sales with Newell Rubbermaid, maintaining high sales and consistently delivering excellent customer service to two of Rubbermaids Key Accounts. Developing several campaign strategies, Eric drew praise from the division VP for increasing sales in several product lines by as much as . In , Eric began exploring the business world by establishing e.t. web solutions (now Quantum Mass Media), registering a DBA for his work in marketing, communications, and design. He has since delivered extraordinary results for his clients with projects in web development, presentation design, and marketing campaigns. Eric graduated from The University of Texas at Austin with a Bachelor of Business Administration in with a major in Marketing, excelling in high technology marketing, entrepreneurial management, and marketing communications courses. He was elected to the Undergraduate Business Council, and appointed as the Technology Director to the Senate of College Counsels. He also worked part time at Dell, and completed an internship with A. Mozart Fest, a local non-profit organization.