If you have the choice, invest in more thorough research and synthesis rather than fussing with fancy presentation templates. After all, personas exist to serve and guide your project, not the other way around!
The name for your user segment--often an organizational / system role or customer segment.
A short paragraph giving context and background, intended to generate empathy
An even shorter snippet highlighting a persona's core thrust or concern. It could even be a literal quote from a user interview.
High-level factors driving a segment's engagement with your product or service
Major challenges common to this user group -- could be things you're trying to solve or just factors to keep in mind.
As shown in the image above, Userforge makes it easy to craft user group profiles that enrich empathy and foster user-connectedness without reinforcing unhelpful biases. Try to segment groups based on functional aspects and shared concerns rather than resorting to lazy stereotypes. Rich contextual background images powered by our built-in image library are one good way to do this!
User stories are a great way to describe the actions that your users take within the system.