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Devin Jopp

CEOAssociation for Professionals in Infection Control & Epidemiology (APIC)

Washington, DC

Member Since December 2023


Organizational Development
Health Care Information Technology
Executive Leadership


Serve as the CEO of the Association for Professionals in Infection Control & Epidemiology (APIC). Extensive experience in healthcare policy, strategy development, leadership, organizational development, technology, nonprofit organizations.

Published content

What business challenges are distracting you from company goals?

expert panel

14 biz leaders discuss their best practices for overcoming business obstacles. Whether you are launching a brand-new business for the very first time, or you've recently been offered a promotion after climbing the ladder at your corporate job, the role of leadership is not always an easy one. This is especially true when your former lunch buddies start treating you differently and your engagement with them suddenly feels a bit awkward. Every leader in transition goes through growing pains, but eventually, it gets better. Below, 14 experts from Fast Company Executive Board weigh in on their biggest challenges in management roles and how they've been able to overcome them or at least find a better balance.

Promises and pitfalls of artificial intelligence in healthcare


The evolution of AI can mean exciting things for healthcare, but like any new technology, it comes with red flags.

Are you thinking about launching your own business?

expert panel

19 factors for employees to keep in mind before they leave their day jobs for entrepreneurship.  If you've always wanted to launch your own business and you're thinking that now is the time, slow down a bit to ensure you're making the right moves that will put you strategically ahead in the long run when it comes to laying out your future company's success and where you see yourself and team years from now.  In today's volatile marketplace, nothing is secure, and when you've been working at a corporation for a long time, you've gotten used to receiving certain perks and a support system that will disappear once you're out on your own. That's why conditioning a new mindset is just as important as getting your financial house in order before you jump ship. Here, 19 experts from Fast Company Executive Board each offer their advice to help leaders who've decided to fly solo anyhow and make a better transition from the corporate world to entrepreneurship without missing a beat.

Transforming nursing homes into infection-safe communities


Six core steps leaders can take to make a difference in ensuring that nursing home communities keep patients safe from infection.

Healthcare CEOs, meet your best friend: infection preventionists (IPs)


Why and how healthcare CEOs should get to know their organization's infection preventionist.

Company details

Association for Professionals in Infection Control & Epidemiology (APIC)

Company bio

The Association for Professionals in Infection Control and Epidemiology (APIC) is the leading professional association for infection preventionists (IPs) with more than 15,000 members. Our mission is to create a safer world through the prevention of infection. This is achieved by the provision of better care to promote better health at a lower cost. Many IPs are employed within healthcare institutions and also serve as educators, researchers, consultants, and clinical scientists. The majority of APIC members are affiliated with acute care settings. An increasing number practice in ambulatory and outpatient services where they direct programs that protect patients and personnel from HAIs. Members are also involved in long-term care, home health, and other practice settings where infection prevention and control is an increasing area of responsibility for nurses and other healthcare personnel.


Corporate leadership

Area of focus

Collect, analyze, and interpret health data
Establish scientifically based infection prevention practices
Work to prevent healthcare-associated infections (HAIs) in healthcare facilities

Company size

51 - 200