Nigerian Techpreneur Amal Hassan, the young founder and CEO of Outsource Global, was one of 16 women business leaders who made it to the 2018 Fortune-US Department of State Global Women’s Mentoring Partnership – a public, private partnership between Fortune Most Powerful Women, the U.S. Department of State and Vital Voices Global Partnership which links young female leaders to Fortune‘s most powerful women.
Amal founded Outsource Global in 2013, a contact centre business process outsourcing (BPO) operating from world-class offices in Abuja, Lagos and Kaduna.
Outsource Global, the leading Nigerian contact centre provider serves the international market, employing over 700 employees, of whom more than 50 percent are women (with over 50 percent occupying leadership positions) and other Specialist roles at a ratio of 95 and 100 percent university graduates and specialist roles respectively. Her company employs dozens of people every month with over 2000 plus qualified in different fields, servicing the African, UK and US markets.
Amal earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administrations from Bayero University Kano, Nigeria and a Master degree in Business Administration from the same university.
Amal is a partner in Bluetag Group the holding company for Parkway Projects, HealthStation, Bluetag Technologies, Bluetag Synergy and Outsource Global.