Zuzana Čaputová is a Slovak politician, environmental activist, and lawyer. In 2019, Čaputová became the first woman to be elected as the President of Slovakia. She also became the youngest Slovak president of all time as she was 45 years old when she was elected. In 2020, Zuzana Čaputová was included in Forbes magazine's World's 100 Most Powerful Women list.
Iveta Radičová is a Slovak retired politician best known for her service as the Prime Minister of Slovakia from 8 July 2010 to 4 April 2012. Apart from her service as the first woman prime minister of her country, Iveta Radičová also served as the Minister of Labour and the Minister of Defence between 2005 and 2012.
Lucia Duris Nicholsonova is a Slovak politician and former journalist. In 2019, Ďuriš Nicholsonová started serving as a Member of the European Parliament after having served as the Deputy speaker of National Council from 2016 to 2019. Lucia Duris Nicholsonova also served as the State secretary of Ministry of labour from 2010 to 2012.
Mária Kolíková is a Slovak political figure and the current Minister of Justice of the Slovak Republic. She is best known for her efforts aimed at reforming the judiciary system by reducing corruption and revamping public trust in the judiciary.
Denisa Saková is a Slovak politician who served as the Minister of Interior of Slovakia from 2018 to 2020. Prior to her political career, Saková worked in the IT industry for various companies like Cap Gemini and Ernst & Young.
Miriam Lexmann is a Slovak politician and a member of the European Parliament. A long-time member of the Christian Democratic Movement, Lexmann represented her party at the European Parliament election in 2019. Miriam Lexmann has also worked with the American nonprofit, nonpartisan organization, International Republican Institute.
A qualified doctor, Slovak politician Anna Zaborska had a medical career spanning over 2 decades and now leads the Christian Union party. She has been a member of the European Parliament and is known for her strong views against abortion. In late 2021, she became the Slovak government’s representative for religious freedom.
Romana Tabak is a Slovak politician and retired tennis player. Tabak won six singles titles and five doubles titles on the ITF Women's World Tennis Tour before retiring as a player to focus on her political career. Romana Tabak is currently a member of a political party named Ordinary People.