You can certainly say that Tiffany Price has the perfect personality for a career in partner relations. As Director of Hospital and Community Initiatives at Cribs for Kids, Tiffany has spent the last 3 years cultivating amazing relationships with hospitals interested in obtaining Safe Sleep Certification. Tiffany’s co-workers describe her as cheerful and outgoing, but it is her hilarious sense of humor that really makes her a joy to work with. Tiffany is always the first one to offer her services in helping to further our mission. Tiffany was solely responsible for orchestrating the donation of our Cribs for Kids van. If that wasn’t enough of a success, she then made it her mission to find a company that would have it wrapped with our safe sleep message. Suffice it to say, we are thrilled to have her charm working in our favor!
What is the best thing about your job?
Talking to amazing men and women every day that share the same desire and drive to make a difference in the lives of our babies.
What are some small things that make your day better?
When a complete stranger pays you a compliment or smiles at me for no reason at all
What’s something you’ve been meaning to try but just haven’t gotten around to it yet?
Driving a racecar (not sitting as a passenger, but actually driving)
What was the most memorable gift you’ve received?
My engagement ring from my husband
If you could have an all-expenses-paid trip to see any famous world monument, which monument would you choose?
Neuschwanstein Castle, in Germany
Why did you decide to do the work you are doing now?
I volunteered for a conference back in 2015, and I knew that this is where I needed to be in my life. It chose me.
What are three interesting facts about you?
My favorite color is orange.
I absolutely love cows (I moo and beep my horn everytime I drive past them)
I have a fear of basements, especially if the stairs do not have backs to them. I Imagine Gremlins grabbing my feet and pulling me through the steps, so I run as fast as I can up them skipping several in between. (I’m getting slower as I get older.)
What have you created that you are most proud of?
Among your friends or family, what are you famous for?
My sense of humor, and my cooking
What’s your “Back in my day, we…”?
– played outside till it was dark, drank from the hose, kept our doors unlocked, gave rides to strangers, sat around a table and ate dinner as a family, respected our elders, judged less and loved more.
What always cheers you up when you think about it?
My grand-daughters coming for the weekend
What kinds of things do you like to cook or are good at cooking?
I enjoy making my Grandma Pia’s homemade pasta sauce.
If you were hired to show tourists what life is really like in our city, what would you show them/have them do?
Take them to a sporting event, football (Steelers) hockey (Pens) baseball (Pirates), this could sum up how folks from Pittsburgh stand united with their teams, then, of course, I would have to take them to Primanti’s to eat. Lastly, Mount Washington to see the breathtaking view of our spectacular city.