If you really want to be visible in the search engines as a person, you should make your own Google+ account now. If you have a blog, you could create links that point to your profile with that special HTML5 thing we call rel="author".
I give my credits to TechAtLast.com for sharing us this awesome post about the importance of rel="author". If you have time, you should watch the video in that post.
After I've seen this post, I realized that I really should take advantage of this so that my online presence can be felt. Kinda sounds a bit high-up-there, or something like that, but Google+ does just that for you.
A little summary of that post I shared above would be this: use the rel="author" in your <a> tags and point it towards your Google+ profile. Then, in your Google+ profile, create a link to the blog where you posted that link with the rel="author". Here's the entire code for that rel="author" thing:
<a href="your Google+ profile address goes here, i.e. https://plus.google.com..." rel="author">Text here, most preferably your name</a>