Throughout history, there have been many women educators who have made significant contribution to the field. The list includes many familiar and great female educators such as Maria Montessori, Anne Sullivan, Lillian Moller Gilbreth, Mary Lyon, Abigail Fillmore.The women educators featured in this list are from United States, United Kingdom, Canada & Australia and many more countries.
Jill BidenJill Biden
03 June 1951, American
Former Second Lady of the United States
Nita AmbaniNita Ambani
01 November 1963, Indian
Chairperson of Reliance Foundation

Maria MontessoriMaria Montessori
31 August 1870, Italian
Physician and Educator

Savitribai PhuleSavitribai Phule
03 January 1831, Indian
Social Reformer, Poet

Naomi KleinNaomi Klein
08 May 1970, Canadian
Author

Anne SullivanAnne Sullivan
14 April 1866, American
American Teacher, Instructor
Mary McLeod BethuneMary McLeod Bethune
10 July 1875, American
Educator

Lillian Moller GilbrethLillian Moller Gilbreth
24 May 1878, American
Mother of Modern Management

Radia PerlmanRadia Perlman
18 December 1951, American
Computer Network Engineer

Abigail FillmoreAbigail Fillmore
13 March 1798, American
First Lady of America
Mary LyonMary Lyon
28 February 1797, American
Pioneer in Women's Education

Marjorie Lee BrowneMarjorie Lee Browne
09 September 1914, American
Mathematics Educator
Cynthia ScurtisCynthia Scurtis
28 December 1972, American
Alex Rodriguez's Ex-wife

Regina S PeruggiRegina S Peruggi
1947 AD, American
Educator

Terry SabanTerry Saban
 
Nick Saban's Wife
Shirley BallasShirley Ballas
17 September 1960, British
Dancer

Ruth WestheimerRuth Westheimer
04 June 1928, German, American
Media Personality
Erin MurphyErin Murphy
17 June 1964, American
Actress

Betty ShabazzBetty Shabazz
28 May 1934
Civil Rights Activist, Nurse, Educator

Emma Walton HamiltonEmma Walton Hamilton
27 November 1962, British
Actress
Anita HillAnita Hill
30 July 1956, American
Attorney

Jane ElliottJane Elliott
27 May 1933, American
Schoolteacher
Alison BalsomAlison Balsom
07 October 1978, British
Musician

Louise LasserLouise Lasser
11 April 1939, American
Actress

Anna SilkAnna Silk
31 January 1974, Canadian
Actress

Lauren LaneLauren Lane
02 February 1961, American
Actress
Pamela Des BarresPamela Des Barres
09 September 1948, American
Musician
Diane BakerDiane Baker
25 February 1938, American
Actress

Mamie TillMamie Till
23 November 1921, American
Activist

Brigitte GabrielBrigitte Gabriel
21 October 1964, Lebanese, American
Author

Annie SprinkleAnnie Sprinkle
23 July 1954, American
Sexologist
Anna LeonowensAnna Leonowens
05 November 1834, British
Writer

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Amy ChuaAmy Chua
26 October 1962, American
Lawyer

Liz MurrayLiz Murray
23 September 1980, American
Inspirational speaker

Joyce MaynardJoyce Maynard
05 November 1953, American
Novelists

Deborah SampsonDeborah Sampson
17 December 1760, American
Military woman
Donna LeonDonna Leon
28 September 1942, American
Novelist

Mahasweta DeviMahasweta Devi
14 January 1926, Indian
Human rights activist, Writer, Poet, Novelist,
Amber NashAmber Nash
06 June 1977, American
Actress

Catharine MacKinnonCatharine MacKinnon
07 October 1946, American
Feminist

Amy CuddyAmy Cuddy
23 June 1972, American
Psychologist
Dorothy HeightDorothy Height
24 March 1912, American
Educator

Charlotte MasonCharlotte Mason
01 January 1842, British
Philanthropist
Marva CollinsMarva Collins
31 August 1936, American
American educator

Rosalind WisemanRosalind Wiseman
American
 

Kate Douglas WigginKate Douglas Wiggin
28 September 1856, American
Writer, Children's writer, Teacher

Lucy Craft LaneyLucy Craft Laney
13 April 1854, American
Educator

Brene BrownBrene Brown
18 November 1965, American
Researcher
Sophia B. PackardSophia B. Packard
03 January 1824, American
Educator

Janie Porter BarrettJanie Porter Barrett
09 August 1865, American
American educator

Carol S. DweckCarol S. Dweck
17 October 1976, American
Physiologists

Clare HaslerClare Hasler
20 December 1945, American
 
Dr. Winnie DunnDr. Winnie Dunn
 

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