Tavelli Co | About | Santa Rosa California
Collction Agency
ABOUT TAVELLI COMPANY

Tavelli Company is a family-owned receivables management firm located in Santa Rosa, California. With a 35 year proven track record, we are proud to be the go-to service provider for organizations that want their money collected and their customers treated with respect. 

 

Our service solutions include first-party receivables management, third-party collections, and consulting.

 

Contact us today to see how we can help you accomplish your collection goals.

ROBERT TAVELLI

CEO 

BIO:
Robert Tavelli has been involved in the credit and collection industry since 1979. He has extensive experience as an industry leader at both the state and national level.

ACHIEVEMENTS:

  • Owner of receivables management firm for over 35 years

  • Served 10 years on board of directors and two-time past president of the California Association of Collectors (CAC)

  • Co-Chair of legislative committee for CAC

  • Chair of political action committee for CAC

  • Helped enact identity theft legislation protocols for California collection agencies

  • Served 9 years on board of directors for ACA International (The Association of Credit & Collection Professionals)

  • Served and chaired ACA interstate committee

  • Served on ACA strategic planning committee and medical debt collection task force

  • Serves on the board of directors for The Center for Well-Being.


PERSONAL:

Robert loves to fish, play golf, and poker.

IAN TAVELLI

VICE PRESIDENT

BIO:
Ian Tavelli has over 10 years experience in the credit and collection industry. Prior to joining Tavelli Co., Ian was a commercial credit analyst and banker.

 

Growing up in the collection industry, Ian paid close attention to what worked for his father and is inspired to take what has worked for over 35 years to the next generation of revenue cycle management.

EDUCATION:
Arizona State University - Bachelors of Science in Global Business Finance

PERSONAL:

Ian loves to play soccer and poker. In 2009 he placed 17th in the WSOP Main Event for $500k.