QuikHelp was founded in Tucson in 2009 by Tannya Gaxiola, a Tucson native and Harvard MBA, and Fernando Gaxiola, an attorney with more than 25 years practicing law in Tucson. Together they bring a knowledge of the law and of customer service that you can believe in.
Tannya is the founder and owner of QuikHelp. She is available to answer your questions or to help with your document needs.
Tannya is a Tucson native, an alumna of the University of Arizona, and has an MBA from Harvard Business School. Before founding QuikHelp, Tannya worked in New York as a business strategy consultant at Bain & Company, in New York as an investment banker at Salomon Smith Barney, and in Miami for AOL Latin America. After several years in the eastern part of the US, Tannya decided it was time to move back to Arizona and bring her knowledge of customer service and of business to Tucson. She now lives in Tucson with her husband, Jeff, and her dogs Slo Poke, Dozer, and Twee. In her spare time she dedicates her time to helping Latinos achieve.
Tannya is also the Chairwoman of the Board of Directors of the Tucson Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, a member of the Executive Committee of the United Way’s Young Leader’s Society, and a founding member of the Board of the Harvard Business School Latino Alumni Association.
Fernando X. Gaxiola
Fernando is a founding partner and advisor to QuikHelp. Fernando oversees the creation of all the legal document templates used by QuikHelp, is actively involved in the training of the employees, and answers legal questions.
After more than thirty years in Tucson, Fernando is almost a native. He has a juris doctor from the University of Arizona College of Law. He has dedicated his legal practice to serving the Southern Arizona community for more than 25 years. His law practice specializes in immigration and in criminal defense. Fernando is a recognized immigration expert and is frequently quoted in news articles about the topic. Fernando lives in Tucson and enjoys spending his free time in Hermosillo or San Carlos with his family.