Jaela Daran is the highest-level cleric and pontiff-in-training for the order of the Silver Flame in the Eberron campaign setting. She is humble, modest, dresses in grey or black muted clothes, walks barefoot, and keeps her hair short (a lock of her hair is prematurely silver, a mark of the Silver Flame). She's pretty much mixture of the pope of the Roman Catholic Church and the Dalai Llama of Tibetan Buddhism.
Yes, Eberron's infamous Lolipope (aka Jaelbait) plays to many a fa/tg/uy's fetishes with her Delicious flat chest, delicious chocolate skin, delicious bare feet, delicious white stripe in her black hair, "slim shoulders," and authority over a holy empire. WotC writers working on Eberron splatbooks will protest "no-no! she's not like that at all!" Suuuuuuuure, just like Elminster isn't Ed Greenwood's self-insert character when he's simultaneously fucking his albino adopted daughter and the goddess of magic and rad-boobs.
She assumed power when she was six years old. Jaela helped guide Thrane through the peace talks after The Last War and has developed into a caring and forceful leader despite her young age. It isn’t unusual for a Keeper so young to be selected, but it hasn’t happened since the nation denied its king and became a theocracy. She also has a one-of-a-kind pet rancor (the fluff calls it a dragonhound, but let's face it it's a fucking six-legged rancor) named Skarajoven who acts cuddly and plays fetch like a golden retriever, that is unless it senses a threat to the Keeper of the Flame at which point the VTEC kicks in and it kills the shit out of whatever looked at Jaela funny, which is not at all like a golden retriever.
Note that she's several times as powerful within the confines of the Silver Flame's Vatican-equivalent than she is outside (18th level vs 3rd in the 3.5e book). Make of that what you will, potential pope-nappers. The Wizards interviews assert that this is so there is always at least one NPC who can cast all Cleric spells since players won't encounter many high-level divine casters in Eberron.
She's a good, capable person working to make the world and her religion better in good faith. Unfortunately, she is not necessarily surrounded by good and/or capable advisors, and many of her "allies" are not working towards her goals.
(Note: Except for the Skarajoven picture, all of this is fan art because for some reason she's the only head of state in the Five Nations to not have an official portrait.)