She starts off with good intentions (and a hint of a saviour complex), but slowly starts getting power-hungry, loses the plot, and refuses to give up her seat.
Determined to stay autonomous, she rules as she sees fit, despite what donors tell her to do.
He knows nothing (and does even less), but somehow keeps getting promoted, and gets credit for simply being there. Points for loyalty?
Intelligent and full of gyaan, you invite him to be a part of your organisation, but quickly start losing faith in him.
He’s spent all his life in the corporate world, but later shifts to the social sector. On completing a project, he realises that he misses his former life too much, and moves back the first chance he gets.
She has one goal, and one goal only. Nothing can stop her in the pursuit of it, and she will go to any lengths to make sure she gets what she wants.
She keeps herself away from organisational politics, and focuses on the job at hand. She’s the only one who actually gets things done.
He disappears when you need him the most, only speaks in riddles, and leaves you feeling more confused than you were before you decided to seek his advice.
He is determined to fulfil his destiny, and works towards the greater good of humanity, even at the expense of his own life. A true martyr.
Passionate about fighting for what she believes in, she punches well above her weight, but burns out in the first week.
She’s more qualified than most, has a phenomenal work ethic, and is always up for a challenge, but it takes her seven years to get promoted (just because she’s a woman).
He’s been fighting global warming since forever (in vain), and has been trying to get humans to look past their petty squabbles and focus on the larger issue at hand: the disappearing ice-caps.