First 3 women...

Name the first three women in position as hinted.
Source: Wikipedia
Excluding the ones with unknown or unconfirmed years when active.
FROM = nation or culture, YEARS = active, reigning, won, mission (based on when begun/won)
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From / years
Prime minister
Sirimavo Bandaranaike
Ceylon (Sri Lanka) / 1960-1965
Prime minister
Indira Gandhi
India / 1966-1977
Prime minister
Golda Meir
Israel / 1969-1974
President
Isabel Martínez de Perón
Argentina / 1974-1976
President
Vigdís Finnbogadóttir
Iceland / 1980-1996
President
Agatha Barbara
Malta / 1982-1987
Queen/Empress/Pharaoh
Sobekneferu
XII dynasty Egypt / 1806-1802 BCE
Queen/Empress/Pharaoh
Hatshepsut
XVIII dynasty Egypt / 1479-1458 BCE
Queen/Empress/Pharaoh
Neferneferuaten
XVIII dynasty Egypt / 1334-1332 BCE
Nobel Laureate
Marie Skłodowska Curie
Poland & France / 1903 (physics)
Nobel Laureate
Bertha von Suttner
Austria-Hungary / 1905 (peace)
Nobel Laureate
Selma Lagerlöf
Sweden / 1909 (literature)
in space/spacefarer
Valentina Tereshkova
Soviet Union / 1963
in space/spacefarer
Svetlana Savitskaya
Soviet Union / 1982
in space/spacefarer
Sally Ride
United States / 1983
pirating
Queen Teuta
Illyria / 232-228 BCE
pirating
Princess Sela
Norway / circa 420 CE
pirating
Wigbiorg / Hetha / Wisna
Danish or Swedish / c. mid-8th century
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Things of interest:

It was very common to have queens with real power in the Middle East, before the "religions of the book" so to speak "put women in their place".

Valentina is still the youngest woman in space and the only woman to fly solo. Svetlana is the first woman to spacewalk and to fly on a space station.

Pirate women used to, largely, be queens and other noblewomen.