HR Girlfriends ~ Est. 2013
WHAT WAS ONCE AN UNOFFICIAL GROUP OF FEMALE HR PROFESSIONALS, IS NOW A DYNAMIC HR COMMUNITY MEETING THE EVER-CHANGING NEEDS OF OUR MEMBERS.
HR Girlfriends™ was started in November 2010 as a meetup.com group. The original name of the group was called HR Professional Girlfriends. After the original creator of the group found herself too busy to run the group she passed the baton. With the change in leadership, the name was shortened to HR Girlfriends.
In March 2013 the baton was passed yet again to Sana’ Rasul, who has taken HR Girlfriends in a new and exciting direction.
OUR MEMBERS ARE PART OF A GLOBAL HR COMMUNITY SEEKING OPPORTUNITIES TO PROFESSIONALLY AND SOCIALLY COLLABORATE.
HR Girlfriends™ envisions a global community of Human Resource professionals capable of acquiring the skills, knowledge and abilities to pursue a career worthy of their dreams.
HR GIRLFRIENDS IS DEDICATED TO PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT, SUPERIOR MEMBER SERVICE AND SATISFYING OUR PARTNERS AND SPONSORS.
HR Girlfriends™ is a Human Resources networking organization dedicated to advancing the practice and culture of people empowerment. Our team of Girlfriends consult, train, educate, develop, share, promote, and advocate for solutions in the field of human resource management.
CAREER PROGRESSION STARTS WITH YOUR NETWORK
Meet Sana' Rasul
Sana’ Rasul is the President & Chief Girlfriend of HR Girlfriends, a Human Resources organization dedicated to advancing the practice and culture of people empowerment. Her team of Girlfriends consult, train, educate, develop, share, promote and advocate for solutions in the field of human resource management. Sana’ is also a credentialed Career Strategist, at TheCareerHelpDesk.com, where she has helped professionals across all industries create a next level career plan, negotiate compensation and develop strategies to land the job, not just the interview.
Our very own Chief Girlfriend, Sana’ Rasul was raised in the New York City foster care system. Throughout her childhood, she was fortunate enough to be raised by multiple foster parents who allowed her to thrive and blossom into the woman she is today. Sana’ attributes her resiliency and quality of life to the generosity and guidance of those who gave of themselves, even when they didn’t have to.
Unfortunately, there are over 400K foster children in the U.S. that do not have access to their basic needs or reasonable desires most children hold. Sana’ is committed to ensuring that no foster child is left behind.
HR Girlfriends is a proud sponsor of One Simple Wish, a non-profit organization dedicated to fulfilling the simple wishes of foster children in need. It doesn’t take much to make a difference. Donate a pair of eyeglasses so a child can see the chalkboard, sponsor a foster child’s first experience at a restaurant or fund a rising senior’s college application fees.