Tim Mele

Adjunct Lecturer
226 RBB

B.S., Management, Florida State University
MBA, California Pacific University

Areas of Expertise

Complex Sales Mapping
Service Oriented Sales
Research Sales Engineering

Tim Mele is an adjunct lecturer of professional sales in the Dr. Persis E. Rockwood School of Marketing at Florida State University’s College of Business.

Achieving more than $1 billion dollars in sales revenue during his 30-plus years of sales, Mele has domestic and international sales experience and has been involved in some of the most prolific changes within the computer industry. His career has paralleled the breakup of Ma Bell and he has participated in many of the ramifications within the telecommunications and service provider industry. Mele was front line to the inception of Microsoft Office and the rollout of the first iPhones in 2007. He has worked in most every area of the computer industry.

Mele earned his bachelor’s degree in management from Florida State University and an MBA from California Pacific University.

Interesting Facts

Originally from Orlando, Florida, Mele and wife have three children. He has accomplished many things in the area of sports, as he likes the challenge. Of the many fond memories from sports, Mele says he fished with legendary baseball player Ted Williams. He also says he made his first cold call at age twelve, when he asked a neighbor if he could mow her lawn. And the rest is his history...

Honors and Awards
  • 27 - 100% club awards with multiple international companies
  • 6 - Domestic Salesman or Sales Manager of the Year
  • 4 - International Salesman or Sales Manager of the Year