As the leader of the Dora Milaje, Okoye is a fearless Wakandan warrior who cares for nothing more than her country and leader. That was true in her service to king T’Chaka and then to T’Challa following the elder king’s death. Time and time again, Okoye had been the one to complete a mission yet rarely wanted recognition for his actions.
Like Wong and Odin, Okoye’s commitment to her king was tested through the resurgence of Erik Killmonger. After he defeated T’Challla and took command of Wakanda, Okoye was tasked with choosing between supporting her new king or the one she loved in T’Challa. For some time, she worked with Killmonger, but when T’Challa returned, she saw a chance for rebellion and capitalized on it. Okoye may be committed to her king, but she also knows what is best for her country.
For as much of a fierce individual Okoye may be, she also recognizes the value of working as a team. The Dora Milaje are strongest when fighting together, whether to take down Killmonger or disarm Zemo, and the same is true of the Jedi Order. Wakanda also has a rich tradition and structure that Okoye strives to uphold. She is unafraid to speak up when it is being violated, and she would likely advocate on behalf of the Jedi ways in a similar manner.
These personality traits and character moments make Okoye an ideal Jedi master, someone who puts her own desires aside in favor of preserving order where others try to contest it.