Worldwide Guide to Women in Leadership
Female Ministers of the Government of Aruba
(Female Suffrage 1954)Part of the Dutch West Indies in 1828 and of the Netherlands Antillen 1845-1986 when it got its own administration as an self governing External territory of The Netherlands

Also see Aruba Parliament

1991-93 Minister-Plenipotentiary in The Netherlands A.A. (Ella) Tromp-Yarzagaray
1993-94 Minister of Finance with responsibility for Public Works and Public Health 
2001-05 Minister-Plenipotentiary in The Netherlands
2008- Deputy Governor.
The Minister-Plenipotentiary (Gevolmachtigd Minister
van Aruba) and his/her deputy participates in the deliberations of the Dutch Council of Ministers whenever Kingdom affairs are discussed which affect the Country in question, and can also be afforded the opportunity to attend the debates on the Bill in the States-General. Also former member of the Assembly. (b. 1944-).

1994-2001 Minister of Social Affairs, Culture and Sport Dr. Lili G. Beke-Martínez
1994-98 Minister of Public Health
1998-2001 Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Economic Affairs and Tourism

1998-2001 Minister of Education and Labour Mary Wever-Laclé

1999-2000 Deputy Minister-Plenipotentiary in The Netherlands  J. van Lis Donata

2000-08 Deputy Governor Christina Van den Berg-de Freitas

2000-02 Deputy Minister-Plenipotentiary in the Netherlands Lili Prince
Also Director of the Arubahuis in Amsterdam

2001-02 Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Public Health, Social Affairs, Culture and Sport
2002-09 Minister of Social Affairs and Infrastructure
2005-09 Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Education Marisol Lopez-Tromp
MP from 1997 and President of the Staten of Aruba from 2013. Mother of a son born 2002. (b. 1969-).

2009-15 Minister of Economic Affairs, Social Affairs and Culture Michelle Hooyboer-Winklaar
2015- Minister of Education, Famlies and Adult Education

 

Last update 05.12.15