McKaylah DeKay, Junior Graphic Designer
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Junior Graphic Designer

McKaylah DeKay

Junior Graphic Designer

While at Wilkes, McKaylah served as the hand-selected Scholar of Digital Design for the Allan P. Kirby Center for Free Enterprise and Entrepreneurship.

From a very young age, McKaylah always dreamed of working in a creative career and she landed that career with ENX2 as the Junior Graphic Designer. She attended Wilkes University to pursue a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Digital Design and Media Art where she also minored in Art. Apart from being a dedicated member of her major, McKaylah served as the hand-selected Scholar of Digital Design for the Allan P. Kirby Center for Free Enterprise and Entrepreneurship. She was also the President of the on-campus graphic design club Studio 20. In her time at Wilkes, she received many awards and honors such as the Bower Adams Simon Sterling Traditional Art Award and a state-wide first place at the America 250PA Direct Effect Innovation Challenge.

When McKaylah isn’t working, you can find her indulging in her movie junkie tendencies (she tried to pick some favorites but there were just too many to list; however she did want to note that she loves all the Harry Potter movies, any Marvel movie, and pretty much any horror movie), playing video games like “Days Gone” and “The Last of Us 2”, and patiently (maybe not so patiently) waiting for Post Malone to release another album. When she isn’t consuming media, she loves spending time with her friends and family as well as cooking and drawing/painting.

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