Kim M. Robak
|35th Lieutenant Governor of Nebraska|
October 6, 1993 – January 7, 1999
|Preceded by||Maxine Moul|
|Succeeded by||David Maurstad|
|Born||October 4, 1955|
Columbus, Nebraska, U.S.
|Alma mater||University of Nebraska, Lincoln|
Robak was appointed the 35th Lieutenant Governor of Nebraska by Governor Ben Nelson, following resignation of incumbent Maxine B. Moul in 1993. She was re-elected in 1994, ultimately serving from October 1993 to January 1999. Previously, she served as Chief of Staff to Governor Nelson (1991–1992) and Legal Counsel to Governors Nelson, Kay Orr and Bob Kerrey (1985–1991).
In 2015, Robak, representingAT&T attempted to coerce constituents present from adopting LB67 - 'Adopt the Fair Repair Act' stating in the process "If I'm the big guy, what I do is I just don't sell my products in the state of Nebraska... If it's online, I don't sell to anyone who has a zip code in the state of Nebraska." It was adopted, nonetheless.
She is currently a partner of Mueller Robak LLC. Previously she was the Vice President for External Affairs and Corporation Secretary for the University of Nebraska (1999–2004). She is also one of the board of Directors in Fiserv Inc.
Maxine B. Moul
| Lieutenant Governor of Nebraska
David I. Maurstad
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