Devin Rapp is a second-year doctoral student in Organizational Behavior (Management) at David Eccles School of Business. His research examines burnout, engagement, and work-life boundaries, especially in the areas of healthcare and other service oriented professions. Devin is also interested in morality and how moral foundations lead people to perceive and act on social issues so differently. Current projects include how healthcare workers are being perceived during the Covid-19 pandemic and how moral foundations predict reporting and confronting against sexual harassment and racism in work settings.
Devin was born and raised in San Diego, CA. He graduated from Torrey Pines High School before attending Brigham Young University in Provo, UT where he received his BS magna cum laude in Health Sciences with a minor in Gerontology. After graduation, Devin worked over six years for two large healthcare companies: The Ensign Group and Life Care Centers of America, as the Executive Director of skilled nursing facilities in California and later Utah.