Guide to Women in Leadership
Also see Ukraine Ministers
1918 Secretary of Central Committee the
Ukranian Communist Party Serafima Ilyinichna Gopner
She was in office from September to October then Secretary of the Foreign Affairs Office of the Communist Party of Ukraine and held other party offices. She became a Stalinist from the 1920s, and lived (1880-1966)
1986-1991 Chairperson of the Organisation of Ukrainian Nationalists (OUN) in exile Jarosława Stećko
1991-2003 Founder and Chairperson of the Congress of Ukrainian Nationalists
Her real name is Hanna Muzyka. 1986-91 President of the Anti-Bolshevik Bloc of Nations and Ukrainian State Administration (a Ukrainian government in exile). She was deputy in Supreme Council. She lived (1921-2003).
1996-circa 2001 Leader of the Agrarian Party
Kateryna T. Vashchuk
2002-? Parliamentary Leader
Teacher of History, Agriculturist, Deputy to the Verkhovna Rada. (1947-)
1997- Leader of Progressive Socialist Party Nataliya Mikailovna Vitrenko
Presidential candidate 1999 and 2004.
Until 2000 Co-Leader of the Hromda party Yulia Volodymyrivna Tymoshenko
2000/01-05 Leader of Batkivsjtjina (Fatherland's Party)
2005- Leader of Bloc Tymoshenko
Former Deputy Premier and Prime Minister in 2005.
Leader of the Viche Ukrainy Inna Bohoslovska
MP since 2007 as member of Party of Regions 2007-09. Presidential Candidate in 2010. (b. 1960-).
of the People's Union Our Ukraine
Also known as Vira Ivanivna, she was Governor of the Kiev Oblast 2006-09 and Minister of the Presidency 2009-10. (b. 1958)
2016- Chairperson of Runa Nadija
Military helicopter pilot (b. 1981-).
Last update 31.12.16