First things first: you insist on writing your biographical blurb in second-person in order to avoid the dilemma of choosing between first-person, which is unprofessional, and third-person, which is disingenuous. Now that that's settled...
You graduated from the University of Michigan in April of 2006 with concentrations in Philosophy (High Honors) and History and a minor in Ancient Greek. After two years of coursework in Michigan's Philosophy Ph.D. program, you moved to Universiteit van Amsterdam's Institute for Logic, Language and Computation (ILLC) to pursue an MSc in Logic. You were happy to receive a U.S. Student Fulbright Grant from the Institute of International Education and an HSP Huygens Scholarship from the Netherlands Organisation for International Cooperation in Higher Education and the Dutch Ministry for Education, Culture and Science to fund this (ad)venture.
You currently spend about half of your time doing logic (intuitionistic logic, formal semantics, and in particular semantics of why-questions), and half doing philosophy proper (explanation, truth, meaning, metaphysics; Kant, Hegel, Wittgenstein, Davidson). You are an individualist about meaning, at pains to confront social-constitution theorists at every turn. You are quite serious about studying the history of philosophy, but don't really see what could be philosophically interesting about the engineering problems of fundamentally flawed (if established) paradigms. ("I'm talking to you, possible world semanticists," you might write, if you were writing in first-person.)
You are pleased with this blurb, despite your failure to include links to the relevant institutions and funding organizations. You will submit it now.