Joahn Webb began her professional career as a Grace Del Marco model after graduating from the Ophelia DeVore School of Charm in New York City. Joahn was one of Grace Del Marco's models that was instrumental in crossing the advertising color line.
Joahn's acting training began at the Negro Ensemble Company and the Herbert Berghof Studio, NYC. Subsequently. she joined Hazel Bryants' Afro American Total Theater and appeared in a number of the company's productions. After preparing for her craft with training, workshops, repertoire companies, off-off Broadway productions, she moved to Los Angeles and continued performing in community theater. Upon relocating in Los Angeles, Joahn became a member of the critically acclaimed company, LaMama Hollywood and made her first appearance on the L.A. stage in the company's production of "Hooked: Special Delivery". Joahn has performed in more than 40 theater productions from New York to Los Angeles. Joahn was honored with an NAACP Image Award nomination for her performance in Theodore Wilson's play, "The Book of the Crazy African".
Joahn distinguished herself as a publicist with her long association with the Beverly Hills/Hollywood NAACP. She was Director of Press and Publicity for their Branch, which included the 14th, 15th and 16th Annual NAACP Image Awards Programs. Joahn also served as a staff writer for the 13th, 14th and 15th Awards Souvenir Journals as well as a production associate for the 13th and 14th Awards Programs. Ms. Webb continues her association with the Branch through their Theatre Awards Program. As an original member of the Theatre Awards Committee, she is solicited for program historian information. Joahn authored the official bio of the NAACP Theatre Awards, which was first published in their 17th Annual Theater Awards Souvenir Journal and continues to be the official history for the Awards Program.
Joahn continues to divide her time between acting and public relations.