For the minority entrepreneur in Chattanooga, the systemic issues of funding and real estate resources remain. Work of Place, started by Anna Golladay, seeks to utilize urban churches, which she believes have the opportunity to remarkably change the landscape for this issue. Most have copious amounts of coveted real estate in desirable areas and are often looking for ways to be involved in community outreach through parishioner assistance and finding access to grants. Anna has already successfully started several for-profit companies and is a designer, marketer, and a pastor in a local United Methodist Church. Though she is well-versed in many of the skill sets needed for Work of Place, she enrolled in CO.STARTERS for Causes to fill her knowledge gaps and be part of a community of other entrepreneurs.