Does hänellä rather than hän mean that it's feminen?
No, it stands for either gender -- "Hänellä on" basically translates as "he has" or "she has". You have to know from the context or just don't worry about the gender.
Also, you might recognize the ending -llä from other words, mostly places. So, "hänellä on" means (as Stew197300 already said) "he/she has", but if you'd translate it literally, it would be more like "with him/her is"
Like what ?