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Sigfrido Tiñga

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Preceded by  Angelito Reyes
Spouse(s)  Kaye C. Tinga
Preceded by  Ricardo Papa Jr.
Name  Sigfrido Tinga

Role  Filipino Politician
Residence  Taguig, Philippines
Succeeded by  Lino Edgardo S. Cayetano
Born  April 16, 1965 (age 50) Pasay, Rizal, Philippines (1965-04-16)
Education  University of the Philippines, University of Oregon
Political party  Liberal Party, Kilusang Diwa ng Taguig

Succeeded by  Ma. Laarni L. Cayetano
Other political affiliations  Lakas CMD (2001-2009)

Sigfrido "Freddie" Rodriguez Tiñga (born April 16, 1965) is a Filipino politician currently representing Taguig City in the House of Representatives. Prior to his election in the Congress, he first served as the mayor of the same city from 2001 to 2010. He is the son of Philippine Supreme Court Associate Justice Dante Tinga and Ma. Asuncion Tinga.


In 1999 he co-founded K2 Interactive, which specializes in regional strategy consulting, e-business solutions and providing digital designs. In 1995-1999, he was assistant vice-president for business development in First Pacific/Fort Bonifacio Development Corporation. He lectured on marketing management in the University of the Philippines Graduate School of Business after working for Citibank Philippines in 1991-1992. He started his career as staff member in Andersen Consulting, moving to Siemens-Nixdorf, Philippines, in 1988, where he worked as senior project analyst. He has master of business administration from University of Oregon, United States.


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