Doctor Who: Kate Stewart [ESTJ]
Extroverted Thinking (Te): Kate has risen to be the head of an important governmental department, showing both ambition and success in her ability to organize others for success. She is comfortable giving orders and making purely tactical decisions, without allowing her emotions to get involved (threatening to detonate a bomb without negotiation, to save the rest of the world from an alien threat). She is comfortable in a leadership position and with the various methods used to protect their military and governmental secrets. Kate is factual and down to earth in her decisions.
Introverted Sensing (Si): She follows in her father’s footsteps, and values both her own previous experiences in dealing with alien threats and what she knows about the Doctor. Her attentiveness to detail, her willingness to be part of a greater social system and structure within government, and her awareness of what is happening in the present make her an effective leader. Continuing in her father’s footsteps when it comes to the Doctor gives her a sense of pride and a connection to her past. Kate values her father’s insights and although their lives together were rocky for awhile, honored him in naming her son after him.
Extroverted Intuition (Ne): Her interest in the unexplained led her to this particular department, involved her in adventures with Sarah Jane Smith, and enables her to share a certain kinship with the Doctor’s theories and excitement for new possibilities. Kate isn’t above brainstorming or considering alternatives when the situation calls for it. She is as much intrigued with the idea of the Doctor as she is the actual alien being.
Introverted Feeling (Fi): Though she keeps her emotions hidden for the most part, Kate has a strong honor code that won’t allow her to compromise on the issues she feels are most important; she refused to get married after she became pregnant, because it wasn’t what she wanted for her future, and she has devoted her life to pursuing a career that she feels is personally significant.