Huzefa Kapadia, J.D
Huzefa Kapadia is a popular education podcaster, video education curriculum developer, math musician, teacher and tutor. But his focus was not always directed towards math education. Huzefa worked as a software developer for three years before attending law school at Northwestern University. He was then employed as a patent attorney for four years at two international law firms. After working as a software engineer and patent attorney, Huzefa entered the world of math education as an homage to his true passion: teaching mathematics.
Since founding Scalar Learning, a math education content and service provider, Huzefa has created hundreds of hours of digital content targeting math concepts for students across elementary, middle, and high school. He has produced and released 5 video courses on mathematics, 3 of which prepare students for the math portions of competitive standardized tests like the SAT, ACT, and ISEE. Additionally, he has written, recorded, and produced 16 math music videos, several of which have been featured on BuzzFeed, The Blaze, The Journal, and EdTech Digest.
Huzefa has also delivered over 3,000 hours of private math tutoring across the Los Angeles area. His one-on-one clients range in age from 8 to 40 years old, studying topics from basic arithmetic through calculus. Additionally, he has spent over two years as a 6th grade math teacher at Seven Arrows Elementary in the Pacific Palisades.