Joffa was born in Nacodoches, Texas. She attended the University of Oklahoma and studied interior design and art. Joffa and her husband of 39 years, William G. Kerr, have raised four children, six dogs and numerous horses. In 1982 Joffa began a serious art career and has since studied anatomy with several artists. She has attended a series of Scottsdale Artist School courses with noted sculptors Ken Bunn, Sherry Sander, Kent Ullberg and Glenna Goodacre. Her work is presently available in galleries in Arizona, California, Colorado, New Mexico, New York, Oklahoma, Texas and Wyoming. Prior exhibits include the Albuquerque Museum, Gilcrease Museum and Oklahoma City Museum of Art. Joffa has done commissions for The Nature Conservancy, The Grand Teton Music Festival and Lori Corporation. Public and corporate collectors besides those just mentioned, include Nichols Hills Park, and The Williams Companies, Inc. Joffa and Bill currently make their home in Wyoming, where she maintains a studio in a small log cabin on their property.