Because the 3rd person sounds authoritative:
Joe Grobelny is a reference and instruction librarian who focuses on collaborative, critical information literacy on the desk and in the classroom with five years of undergraduate and graduate instruction experience. His research interests include the impact of technology on undergraduate learning, the relationship between the digital humanities and the new aesthetic, and the intersections of culture and commerce. He has half of a music degree, a BA in History from the University of Colorado at Boulder, and an MLIS from the University of Denver. He studied born digital archival materials at UVA’s Rare Book School.
Specifically, he works in the humanist tradition to fully engage the 21st-century predicament of librarianship using the parallax gap between academia and popular culture.
You can email him at firstname.lastname@example.org.