The present publication 'Eminent Women Administrators' contains brief biographical sketches of nearly 50 powerful women rulers, empresses or queens of the world besides modern age presidents and prime ministers, ministers, chief ministers, diplomats etc. concerned directly or indirectly with governance or administration in a wider sense. While the queens belonged to the Royal families of monarchs and easily got top positions as their hereditary rights or due to their marriages in the ruling families or dynasties, but in the changed circumstances mostly democratic set up the enlightened and educated women politicians are being elected as presidents, prime ministers, member in the parliament and assemblies. Some of them even rule because of their selections in the bureaucracy or judiciary, purely on merit. In the modern day democratic societies and in the socialist countries women are getting fair chances and being elevated as presidents and prime ministers in their respective countries. Now the concept of administrators and rulers from feudal and aristocratic families is fading England is still keeping her limited monarchy and the aristocracy is still alive, so also many Arab countries have kings and kingdoms. India, Nepal, Japan and China too have been famous for kings and queens, for long. The text aims to be an informative and enjoyable source of reading for all.