I've had a recent batch of queries that begin with the author's bona fides.
Degrees in something.
Published papers in their field.
Links to previously published books.
All well and good except they're querying a novel.
Who you are or what you've done doesn't matter so much as the story you want me to read.
Start with that.
Your bio comes at the end of the query, and it's more important to sound like someone I want to work with than someone who assures me they're important enough to consider.
Your dogs and cats (bunnies and raccoons, gators, snakes and of course your plants) will get you further in your bio than almost anything else.Any questions?