Throughout history, there have been many women prime ministers who have made significant contribution to the field. The list includes many familiar and great female prime ministers such as Margaret Thatcher, Indira Gandhi, Benazir Bhutto, Golda Meir, Julia Gillard.The women prime ministers featured in this list are from United States, United Kingdom, Canada & Australia and many more countries.
Margaret ThatcherMargaret Thatcher
13 October 1925, British
Former British Prime Minister
Indira GandhiIndira Gandhi
19 November 1917, Indian
Former Prime Minister of India

Theresa MayTheresa May
01 October 1956, British
Member of Parliament of the United Kingdom

Benazir BhuttoBenazir Bhutto
21 June 1953, Pakistani
 

Sheikh HasinaSheikh Hasina
28 September 1947, Bangladeshi
Prime Minister of Bangladesh

Golda MeirGolda Meir
03 May 1898, Israeli, Ukrainian
Former Prime Minister of Israel
Yulia TymoshenkoYulia Tymoshenko
27 November 1960, Ukrainian
Former Prime Minister of Ukraine

Julia GillardJulia Gillard
29 September 1961, Australian
Former Prime Minister of Australia

Sirimavo BandaranaikeSirimavo Bandaranaike
17 April 1916, Sri Lankan
Former Prime Minister of Sri Lanka

Chandrika Kumaratunga Chandrika Kumaratunga
29 June 1945, Sri Lankan
Fifth President of Sri Lanka
Yingluck ShinawatraYingluck Shinawatra
21 June 1967, Thai
28th Prime Minister of Thailand

Kamla Persad-BissessarKamla Persad-Bissessar
22 April 1952, Trinidadian
Prime Minister of Trinidad and Tobago
Kim CampbellKim Campbell
10 March 1947, Canadian
19th Prime Minister of Canada

Helle Thorning-SchmidtHelle Thorning-Schmidt
14 December 1966, Danish
Prime Minister

Jóhanna SigurðardóttirJóhanna Sigurðardóttir
04 October 1942, Icelander
Former Prime Minister of Iceland
Beata SzydłoBeata Szydło
15 April 1963, Polish
Prime Minister

Janet JaganJanet Jagan
20 October 1920, Guyanese, American
Politician
Mari KiviniemiMari Kiviniemi
27 September 1968, Finnish
Former Prime Minister of Finland

Luisa DiogoLuisa Diogo
11 April 1958, Mozambican
Prime Minister

Iveta RadičováIveta Radičová
07 December 1956, Slovak
Prime Minister
Tansu ÇillerTansu Çiller
24 May 1946, Turkish
Prime Minister, Economist