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Barbadian women ambassadors

This list has 8 members. See also Ambassadors of Barbados, Women ambassadors, Barbadian women diplomats
  • Rihanna
    Rihanna Barbadian, Singer
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    Robyn Rihanna Fenty ( ree-AN-ə; born February 20, 1988) is a Barbadian singer, businesswoman, actress, and songwriter. She is widely regarded as one of the most prominent singers of the 21st century. After signing with Def Jam in 2005, Rihanna soon gained recognition with the release of her first two studio albums, Music of the Sun (2005) and A Girl Like Me (2006), both of which were influenced by Caribbean music and peaked within the top ten on the US Billboard 200 chart. Her third album, Good Girl Gone Bad (2007), incorporated elements of dance-pop and established her status as a major icon in the music industry. The chart-topping single "Umbrella" earned Rihanna her first Grammy Award and catapulted her to global stardom.
  • Sandra Mason
    Sandra Mason Barbadian, Head of State
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    Dame Sandra Prunella Mason, GCMG, DA, QC (born 17 January 1949) is the Governor-General of Barbados. She was a practising Attorney-at-Law who has served as a High Court judge in Saint Lucia and a Court of Appeal judge in Barbados. She was the first woman admitted to the Bar in Barbados. She served as chair of the CARICOM commission to evaluate regional integration, was the first magistrate appointed as an Ambassador from Barbados, and was the first woman to serve on the Barbados Court of Appeals. She was the first Bajan appointee to the Commonwealth Secretariat Arbitral Tribunal and served briefly as the Governor General of Barbados. She has been called one of the 10 most powerful women in Barbados. In 2017, she was appointed as the 8th Governor General of Barbados, with a term beginning on 8 January 2018. Simultaneously with her appointment, Mason was awarded the Dame Grand Cross in the Order of Saint Michael and Saint George. On assumption of the office of Governor-General, Dame Sandra Mason, under the Order of Saint Andrew, became the Chancellor and Principal Dame of Saint Andrew.
  • Nita Barrow BGovernor-General of Barbados
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    Dame Ruth Nita Barrow, GCMG DA, (15 November 1916 – 19 December 1995) was the first female Governor-General of Barbados. Barrow was a nurse and a public health servant from Barbados. She served as Governor-General of Barbados from 6 June 1990 until her death on 19 December 1995. She was the older sister of Errol Barrow, first Prime Minister of Barbados.
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    Yvette Goddard was Barbados’ Ambassador to Brazil from 2010 to 2017.
  • Marion Vernese Williams
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    Marion Vernese Williams GCM, is a Barbadian economist, banker, accountant and diplomat.
  • Tonika Sealy-Thompson
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    Tonika Sealy-Thompson (born 1977?) is an academic, curator and arts activist from Barbados. She was appointed ambassador to Brazil in 2019, and was Barbados' youngest female ambassador at the time.
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    Henrietta Elizabeth Thompson, widely known as Liz Thompson (born 22 November 1961) is a Barbadian lawyer, politician and diplomat who has made significant contributions to sustainable energy policy. While an elected Member of Parliament representing the Barbados Labour Party for the St. James South constituency from 1994 to 2008, she served for shorter periods as Minister of Health, Minister of Housing, Minister of Physical Development, and finally Minister of Energy and Environment. She joined the United Nations in 2010, first serving as Assistant to the Secretary General, as Special Adviser to the UN President (2013 and 2014) then as Senior Adviser on Sustainable Energy for All (2014 and 2015). In 2018, she was appointed Permanent Representative of Barbados to the United Nations.
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    June Yvonne Clarke (born March 21, 1935 in Barbados) is a Barbadian diplomat. She was the High Commissioner of Barbados to Canada from 1996 until 1999 and Permanent Representative of Barbados to the United Nations in New York from 1999 until 2004. In 1998, Clarke became the Non-Resident High Commissioner of Barbados to New Zealand.
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