Chief Financial Officer
Telephone: (847) 578-8309
Roberta Lane joined Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science in December 2008 as the Chief Financial Officer. As Chief Financial Officer, Roberta is responsible for ensuring the financial well-being of the University, including short and long term financial planning, accounting, financial reporting, and debt and treasury management.
Roberta has held executive leadership positions in the nonprofit community for over 20 years. Before joining Rosalind Franklin, she held senior financial and administrative positions at Feeding America, formerly America’s Second Harvest, and Children’s Home and Aid Society of Illinois.
Ms. Lane has a BS degree in Computer Science and an MBA, with an emphasis in Accounting. As a Certified Public Accountant, she began her professional career with Deloitte & Touche.
Associate Vice President for Financial Planning & Analysis
Telephone: (847) 578-3252
began his employment with the University in 2003. Prior to joining RFUMS he spent many years as a healthcare administrator working primarily with physician medical practices. His initial position at RFUMS was Business Manager for the University Clinics then transferring to the University Finance Department in 2004. Mr. Daun holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Cardinal Stritch University.
Mr. Daun’s responsibilities include the creation of long-range financial plans, annual and long-term operating and capital budget models, monitoring actual expenditures, preparation of revenue and expenses forecasts, and presentation of strategic indicators and benchmarking.
Telephone: (847) 578-3405
Tom Buns joined the University family in 2006 after a 35 year career in accounting and financial management roles at three for-profit manufacturers. Tom is a graduate of Roosevelt University and is a CPA.
As Controller, Tom is responsible for all accounting and accounts payable activities here at the University. This includes preparation of the University’s financial statements and coordination with our outside auditors, preparation of the University’s annual Form 990 tax return, accounting for the University’s student loan programs and non-research grants, and the development of systems and procedures to safeguard the University’s assets and comply with all accounting and tax rules.