"Routine is the enemy of time."
Major: International Business with emphasis in Japanese and East Asia
Pledge Class: Gamma Omicron
Kanon Myo was born and raised in San Francisco, where as a young teen joined a taiko (Japanese drumming) group and attended Japanese school every Saturday. Her involvement with the Japanese community took a huge role when deciding what to major in. Even though going into university, she didn't have a single clue what she wanted to do with her degree, pledging last spring helped her not only broaden her perspective and find her interests within business, but also make lifelong friends she would not have met if it wasn’t for Delta Sigma Pi. With the skills she learned being the Chancellor for her pledge class, she plans to effectively execute her role this semester. Kanon currently works on campus at the Center for Asian and Pacific Studies as a Student Assistant, and also spends time working as a Barista at Starbucks grinding coffee on the weekly. Post graduation in May 2021, Kanon hopes to work in the management field at a Japanese American company. In the future, she hopes she can integrate her passions and talent to work in project management while traveling across the world. With the free time she has, Kanon enjoys binge-watching crime shows, trying new ice cream flavors, and thrifting for steals.