A woman missionary
- This doesn't challenge the complementarian interpretations of other verses (at least, it doesn't challenge any versions of complementarianism that I regard as reasonable or defensible - I suppose there are some extremists who might object), since it doesn't specify what they were commissioned for or sent to do. If she was one of the 70, she was sent to preach the Gospel, and certainly any reasonable complementarianism recognizes that women are permitted (even commanded) to preach the Gospel to the unsaved just as men are.
In the case of my elderly neighbour, he felt so concerned about the way that this particular woman was treated that he left the church and has never attended church again. He was a farmer; he respected this woman as an educated Bible teacher and evangelist. He was never interested in church again. There must be many stories like this. Such is the witness of the church to pioneers.