Ken Weissenberg: Ana, when did you first get involved with your dad's business?
Ana-Marie Codina Barlick:When I was growing up, a lot of school holidays or teacher work days I would end up going into the office with my father. I thought was because I liked to go in but, in retrospect I think my mother wanted to get me out of the house because it was easier to manage four kids with the most difficult one out of the house. I would get sent to the office a lot. I also remember getting sent there because I wasn't doing my homework, but anyway. I was in the office a lot. I love the environment. I love being in an office not normal for a kid- just always remember liking the environment. After high school and college I kind of went through that, I want to get as far away from Miami as possible, and I want to do everything on my own, and I'm just not interested in looking back, so I kind of didn't think that I was going to get involved in the business. I actually moved to New York after college to work in the fashion industry, and I got cured of that very quickly. It pays nothing. You have to work on holidays. So it’s not as glamorous as it seemed. I had met my now husband by then who was here in New York, so I ended up working in real estate here in New York, and got re-interested on my own and after business school moved home.