Treasa McLean

Director, Procurement


  • M.S. in Information Technology, Florida Institute of Technology, 2012
  • M.B.A, Master of Business Administration, Webber International University, 2008
  • B.S. in Marketing Management, Webber International University, 2005



Treasa McLean, currently serves as the assistant vice president of procurement and auxiliary enterprises at Florida Polytechnic University. In her capacity as Florida Poly’s chief procurement officer, she is responsible for oversight of the University’s procurement and contract administration functions. In addition, she is responsible for auxiliary functions which include dining, parking, transportation, concession, ID card services, bookstore, campus mail, copy/print services, and events. McLean has 17 years of experience in higher education to include director of Institutional Effectiveness and programming specialist at Webber International University (Webber), and adjunct professor at both Webber and Polk State College in the fields of business and information technology.

Prior to her time in higher education, her career included 10 years in the Florida Legislature as a legislative aid to then representative/senator/senate president Bob Crawford; senior legal/contract administrator for the Florida Department of Citrus, assistant to the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services Commissioner, and freelance database developer.


Professional Activities

  • Committee Member, National Association of Educational Procurement (NAEP), 2018-current
  • Member, Inter-Institutional Committee on Purchasing (ICOP), 2015 - current
  • Member, National Procurement Institute (NPI), 2015 - current


Awards and Honors 

  • 2019 Achievement of Excellence in Procurement, National Procurement Institute (NPI), 2018 and 2019