Survey results indicate that AA-led organizations and white-led organizations are serving different types of clients. AA-led organizations are more likely to serve youth ages 13-18 than white-led organizations (78% of AA-led vs. 60% of white-led serve this demographic) (Figure 20).

AA-led organizations are also more likely to serve African Americans than white-led organizations; likewise, white-led organizations are more likely to serve white clients than AA-led organizations (Figure 21).

Clients of AA-led organizations were more likely to reside in West Philadelphia and Olney-Oak Lane than clients of white-led organizations. Clients of white- led organizations were more likely to reside in Center City than clients of AA-led organizations (Figure 22).
These findings reflect the demographic characteristics of organizations’ clients, as well as residential segregation.

AA-led organizations were more likely to have received TA in board development than white-led organizations (36% versus 23%, respectively); white-led organizations were more likely to have received TA in strategic planning than AA-led organizations (57% versus 40%, respectively) (Figure 24).