Farhana Hasan

Farhana Hasan

Founder and CEO



Farhana Hasan is the Founder and CEO of HerWILL, a U.S. based social enterprise for women’s empowerment that focuses on breaking social barriers to success through education, advocacy, discussion, and innovative technology. HerWILL is committed to helping to achieve gender equality, the United Nations strategic development goal #5, by 2030.

Farhana was a senior leader in global aviation for almost 20 years, with experience in data science applications, business intelligence, aviation technology, and leadership development. She led the technology implementation for partnership development at Delta Air Lines, in collaboration with Delta’s strategic partners around the world. She has also served in SkyTeam IT Executive Board for five years. Farhana was in charge of multi-million-dollar technology investments for partnership integration for joint ventures and equity investment. Farhana’s team has built the first on-time performance forecasting model for Delta Air Lines, which was endorsed by the U.S. Department of Transportation.

Farhana has consulted for multiple for-profit and non-profit organizations in the United States, Asia, Europe, and South America. She also taught Business Intelligence for Executive MBAs at Georgia State University. With HerWILL, Farhana has married her passion for women’s empowerment, innovative technology, and data insight. Her cross-cultural and multiple industry leadership experiences have made her well-suited for founding the social enterprise she is now leading. In a short period of time, HerWILL has been established as a renowned global brand in women’s empowerment with unparalleled growth in numbers of followers/subscribers and multiple accomplishments. Its innovative track record has attracted reputable partners from around the world to collaborate on projects that will have far reaching impact on creating high yield economic opportunities for talented but marginalized women worldwide, especially in the United States.


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