Throughout history, there have been many women social reformers who have made significant contribution to the field. The list includes many familiar and great female social reformers such as Harriet Tubman, Jane Addams, Dorothea Dix, Lucretia Mott, Josephine Butler.The women social reformers featured in this list are from United States, United Kingdom, Canada & Australia and many more countries.
Harriet TubmanHarriet Tubman
1820 AD, American
 
Florence NightingaleFlorence Nightingale
12 May 1820, British
Statistician

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

Jane AddamsJane Addams
06 September 1860, American
 

Olympe de GougesOlympe de Gouges
07 May 1748, French
Playwright

Dorothea DixDorothea Dix
04 April 1802, American
Social Reformer
Mary McLeod BethuneMary McLeod Bethune
10 July 1875, American
Educator

Lucretia MottLucretia Mott
03 January 1793, American
Abolitionist, Women's Rights Activist, Social

Josephine ButlerJosephine Butler
13 April 1828, British
Social Worker

Caroline NortonCaroline Norton
22 March 1808, British
Author
Lori BakkerLori Bakker
30 August 1957, American
Former Televangelist, Speaker

Florence KelleyFlorence Kelley
12 September 1859, American
Social Reformer
Octavia HillOctavia Hill
03 December 1838, British
Social Reformer

Mary White OvingtonMary White Ovington
11 April 1865, American
Journalist

Yosano AkikoYosano Akiko
07 December 1878, Japanese
Author
Barbara DemingBarbara Deming
23 July 1917, American
Writer, Journalist