Ana-Marie Codina Barlick is Chief Executive Officer of Codina Partners, a real estate investment and development firm based in Coral Gables, Florida, a company she founded in 2009 alongside her father Armando Codina. As CEO, Codina Barlick is responsible for overseeing all operations at the company. The firm’s portfolio includes mixed-used projects, commercial buildings and other investments primarily in Florida, and operates as one of the largest builders-developers in Florida through its affiliates; CC Homes, a single family home community developer; and CC Residential, a multifamily community developer. Prior to being named CEO, she oversaw the development of Downtown Doral, a 120-acre master-planned community in South Florida that has the Doral Government Center as its centerpiece.

Codina Barlick has helped transform Downtown Doral, formerly a decades-old suburban office park and gray field, into a landmark mixed-use development providing a new urban center for the City of Doral with 2,840 residential units, 180,000 square feet of retail, more than one million square feet of commercial space, the bilingual Downtown Doral Charter Elementary school, and Downtown Doral Park featuring a signature pavilion by world renowned artist Michele Oka Doner.

Prior to founding Codina Partners, Codina Barlick was a project manager with Flagler Development Group, and earlier in her career served as a lease analyst with Tishman Speyer Properties.

Codina Barlick earned a Master’s in Business Administration degree at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s Sloan School of Business, where she co-founded the MIT Sloan Real Estate Club. She holds a Bachelor of Art in History from Trinity College in Hartford, Connecticut.

A South Florida native and an advocate for the arts, Codina Barlick is a past president of the Miami City Ballet’s board of trustees and is now vice chair. She resides in Coral Gables with her husband, Robert Barlick, Jr., and their three children.