Angela Merkel, Chancellor of Germany: – Before turning an eye towards politics, Angela has successfully earned a doctorate in physics in East Germany. She is the chairwoman of the Christian Democratic Union. She indeed makes a comfortable space in 10 most famous woman political leaders. She was quoted as, “You could certainly say that I’ve never underestimated myself. There’s nothing wrong with being ambitious”.
Julia Gillard, Former Prime Minister of Australia: – Julia went on to become first female Prime Minister in the history of Australia after she successfully orchestrated Labor Party coup which ended the rule of then PM Kevin Rudd. With several political tactics applied Julia secured 76-74 majority in parliament to form a minority government.
Dilma Rousseff, Former President of Brazil: – Dilma is the first woman to hold this office. Initially she was the chief of staff to President Liuz Inacio Lula da Silva. She is the daughter to a Bulgarian entrepreneur. She was also captured and jailed during the coup in 1964. Her extra ordinary effort in her political career certainly makes her one of the 10 most famous woman political leaders.
Sonia Gandhi, President Indian National Congress: – She is an Italian-born Indian politician. She led the government of the world’s second largest democracy before 2014.. Widow of former Indian Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi, Sonia was listed at #21 by Forbes as most powerful people and 9th most powerful woman.
Park Geun-hye, Former President South Korea: – Park is a South Korean politician who served as President from 2013 to 2017. She was the first ever woman to be elected as President of South Korea. One of the most influential politicians in the history of South Korea, Geun-hye is most famous woman political leaders.
Benazir Bhutto, Former Prime Minister of Pakistan: – Benazir is probably the first Muslim who came forward and became Prime Minister of Pakistan not once but for two terms. Daughter of ex-Prime Minister Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto, she was known for her concern to her people, her leadership, and her sophistication. She was even named one of the seven winners of the United Nations Prize in the field of Human Rights.
Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, Former President Liberia: – Ellen was 24th President of Liberia. She was more famous as she was the first female head of state in Africa. She was awarded Nobel Peace Prize in 2011 for her non-violent struggle for the safety of women and for women’s rights to full participation in peace building work.
Theresa May, Prime Minister United Kingdom: – Also the leader of conservative party, Theresa May ideologically identifies herself as one-nation conservative. After David Cameron’s resignation, May won a leadership election in July 2016 becoming second female Prime Minister of UK after Margaret Thatcher.
Queen Elizabeth II, Queen of United Kingdom other commonwealth Realms: – Elizabeth is the queen of the United Kingdom and the other commonwealth realms. The support for her monarchy remains high in spite of many criticism she’s faced and also her personal popularity adds up to her being most famous woman political leaders.
Ivanka Trump, Senior Advisor to the White House: – An American businesswoman, fashion designer, Author, Ivanka is also the senior advisor to her Father and the President of the United States of America Donald Trump. She is also the first Jewish member of a First family who has converted after marrying her spouse Jared Kushner.