Gov. Bev Perdue remains mum on her future once she leaves the mansion.
In a recent interview, Perdue said her plans are "beginning to come together" but she refused to provide specifics.
One possibility floating through political circles is a position at the UNC-Chapel Hill. (Perdue lived in Chapel Hill for a time.) But she demurred when asked about it. "A lot of people talking to me about a lot of things. but again. I would do nothing until I talk to my team and Bob obviously," she said referring to her husband.
As for her book — the source of much snark in N.C. political circles — Perdue said she hasn't had time to think about it. "I've had a lot of time tot work on everything but my book and my future," she said. "I'm beginning to drill down now. It's exciting."
And later Perdue possibly offered a glimpse into her future, saying: "I started out in education and geriatrics and healthcare and it seems as I go full circle. It's a phenomenal wealth and privledge the people of the state have given me."