Kate Speck’s colleagues marvel at how many people she knows across the state. “There’s only one Kate…She has quite a legacy,” says Don Belau, a school psychologist who has worked with Speck for about 15 years. Speck announced her retirement at the end of October as senior research manager at the University of Nebraska Public Policy Center.
In retirement, Speck will continue doing some consulting work, and she plans to take a course in mediation. She’ll continue to spend time with her three grandchildren, stay active with bicycling and walking and carry on baking sourdough bread — something, she points out, she was doing before COVID-19 sheltering made it popular.
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