Joanie Dodds is an American sales associate and model from Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania, best known as one of the contestants on the sixth season of the reality competition series America's Next Top Model, in 2006. She was 24 when the show was filmed.
Joanie’s father is a minister at the Churches of God in Mansfield, Ohio. Rebelling against her strict upbringing, Joanie did amateur cage dancing at a night club.
She dropped out of University to pursue her passion of modelling and auditioned for America’s Next Top Model three times, before finally making the cut on her third attempt.
Joanie can play the saxophone and piano and in her youth was often involved in concerts and Jazz bands.