Rick Smith’s wife Tiffany Smith is the co-chair of a charity called the Pro-Vision Academy Cornerstone Luncheon, which happens every year now that they’ve started it. Basically a bunch of athletes and rich people (about 350 of them) get together for a price to raise money for young people who have it tough. Tiffany actually came up with the idea to theme the event around Mother’s Day and mothers. This was no slouch effort– they raised $300,000 in one night! Texans head coach Bill O’Brien was there along with Jeff Van Gundy, Astros Manager Bo Porter, Brian Ching, Craig Biggio, and Mario Elie.
On numerous occasions, Rick Smith’s wife Tiffany Smith has been mentioned as a stylish person or someone that knows fashion. I have to agree with these assessments. The outfits I’ve seen her wearing are fashion-forward, and she is written up about just for her fashion sense and nothing else. It may be said that being the wife of the Houston Texans’ manager helps her get noticed, but people look up to her for her taste. The Houston Chronicle called her “best dressed” at one point. It might also surprise you to know that Tiffany was a senior television producer working at the Judge Judy Show in Los Angeles. I actually know a dude who was on that show to dispute some sort of tenant living situation. If it’s on, I’ll usually take a peek for a few minutes to see what the problem is.
We’ve already mentioned the Pro-Vision Academy charity that Rick Smith’s wife Tiffany Smith co-chaired, but she’s also been involved Susan Bean (children with mental illness) and the Children’s Museum of Houston (as a board member). This takes a lot of time and effort, and people ought to recognize others like Tiffany when they do these activities. Tiffany also works out three times a week with a trainer and says her guilty pleasures are McDonald’s french fries. I cannot argue with her there. Tough to beat those fries– if you even want to call them fries. They’re closer to chemically-engineered food items.