Alphabetical Listing


  1. ANDERSSON, Magdalena:  Swedish politician and economist serving as Prime Minister of Sweden and leader of the Swedish Social Democratic Party since 2021.
  2. BLANC, AMANDA:  Welsh businesswoman who is the chief executive officer (CEO) of Aviva since July 2020.
  3. BORNE, Elisabeth: A civil engineer, government official and manager of state enterprises in the transport and construction sectors, Borne previously served as minister of transport (2017–2019) and minister of ecology (2019–2020), minister of labour, employment and integration.  On 16 May 2022, President Emmanuel Macron appointed her as the next Prime Minister of France Borne is the second woman to hold the position after Edith Cresson, who served from 1991 to 1992.
  4. BOTIN, Ana Patricia: Spanish banker who has served as the executive chairman of Santander Group since 2014. In 2020 Forbes ranked her the 8th most powerful woman in the world.
  5. BRNABIC, Ana:  Serbian politician serving as the prime minister of Serbia since 2017. She is the first woman to hold the office.
  6. CAPUTOVA, Zuzana:  Slovak politician, lawyer and environmental activist. She is the fifth president of Slovakia, a position she has held since 15 June 2019. Čaputová is the first woman to hold the presidency, as well as the youngest president in the history of Slovakia, elected at the age of 45/
  7. FREDERIKSEN, Mette: Danish politician who has been Prime Minister of Denmark since June 2019, and Leader of the Social Democratssince June 2015. The second woman to hold either office, she is also the youngest prime minister in Danish history.
  8. GAVRILITA, Natalia: Moldovan economist and politician who has served as prime minister of Moldova since 2021
  9. GEORGIEVA, Kristalina:  Bulgarian economist serving as chair and managing director of the International Monetary Fund since 2019. She was the Chief Executive of the World Bank Group from 2017 to 2019 and served as Acting President of the World Bank Group from 1 February 2019 to 8 April 2019 following the resignation of Jim Yong Kim. She previously served as Vice-President of the European Commission under Jean-Claude Juncker from 2014 to 2016 from 2014 to 2016.
  10. JABOBSDOTTIR, Katrin: Icelandic politician who has been serving as the prime minister of Iceland since 2017. On 19 February 2020, she was named Chair of the Council of Women World Leaders.
  11. KALLAS, Kaja: Estonian politician who has been serving as the prime minister of Estonia since 2021. She is the leader of the Reform Party since 2018, 
  12. KREIS, Melanie : German businesswoman, member of the board of managing directors and the chief financial officer (CFO) of Deutsche Post, the world's largest logistics company, since October 2016.
  13. LAGARDE, Christine : French politician and lawyer who has been serving as President of the European Central Bank since 2019. She previously served as Managing Director of the Internatioonal Monetary Fund from 2011 to 2019. Lagarde also served in the Government of France, most prominently as Minister of the Economy, Finance and Industry from 2007 to 2011. She was the first woman to hold each of those posts.
  14. LANGLEY, Donna : British film executive who is Chairwoman of Universal Pictures.
  15. MACGREGOR, Catherine: French engineer and graduate of École Centrale de Paris (CentraleSupélec). She has spent her entire career in the energy sector. She joined the ENGIE group on January 1, 2021 as Chief Executive Officer.
  16. MARIN, Sanna: Finnish politician who has served as the prime minister of Finland since 2019. She is the youngest person to hold the office in Finnish history
  17. MCKENNA, Judith:  British businesswoman. She has been CEO of Walmart’s  international division since 2018
  18. MERZ, Martina:  German engineer who in 2019 became the Chief executive officer (CEO) of ThyssenKrupp. She has been called the most powerful woman in the German economy.
  19. SANDU, Maia: Moldovan politician who has been the President of Moldova since 24 December 2020. She is the first female president of Moldova
  20. SENEQUIER, Dominique: French businesswoman, president of Ardian (formerly Axa Private Equity), a private equity firm she founded in 1996
  21. SIMONYTE, Ingrida: Lithuanian politician and economist who is serving as Prime Minister of Lithuania since 11 December 2020.
  22. TRUSS, Liss: Prime Minister of the United Kingdom and Leader of the Conservative Party.
  23. TURECI, Ozlem :  German physician, scientist,and entrepreneur. In 2008, she co-founded the biotechnology company BioNTech, which in 2020 developed the first messenger RNA-based vaccine approved for use against COVID-19.
  24. VON DER LEYEN, Ursula :  German politician who has been serving as the president of the European Commission since 2019. She served in the German federal government between 2005 and 2019, holding successive positions in Angela Merkel’s cabinet, most recently as Minister of Defense.
  25. WALMSLEY, Emma:  Chief executive officer (CEO) of GlaxoSmithKline. Before GSK, she worked for L’Oréal for 17 years, and was a non-executive director of Diageo until September 2016.
  26. ZOURABICHVILI, Salome: French-Georgian politician and diplomat who serves as President of Georgia. She is the first woman to be elected in this position.

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