During his four years at Exeter, Webb was president of the Combined Musical Clubs, a singer in the PEADQUACS, and an actor with Dramat. After graduating from Amherst College, Webb enlisted in the Navy and served for four years before attending Harvard Law School. Upon graduation, he joined the New York City law firm of Rogers & Wells and later New England Telephone as a regulatory attorney. After the AT&T breakup, Webb advanced through a series of legal and management positions, serving as general counsel of several NYNEX subsidiaries and, for four years, as head of NYNEX’s Washington, D.C., office. In 1995, he became executive vice president (EVP), general counsel and secretary of NYNEX. Following a corporate merger, he was appointed EVP of Corporate Communications and External Affairs and a member of the board of directors of Bell Atlantic. He retired at the end of 1999. For many years after retirement, Webb taught graduate courses in business strategy and government affairs at Manhattanville College, in Purchase, NY. He serves on a number of nonprofit boards and advisory councils. Webb has held several leadership positions within the Exeter alumni community, serving as a regional association vice president, class vice president and president, and as a director of the General Alumni Association. He lives in Harrison, NY, with his wife Stacie and has two sons Nicholas and Nathaniel.