Adam Milstein is the proud creator of Adam and Gila Milstein Family Foundation, an organization whose mission is to educate the youth and student leaders. The foundation pioneers in enlightening young people about the state of Israel, challenges facing the Western World, and the Jewish people. He has skills in public speaking, entrepreneurship, management, and strategic planning.
Adam Milstein career and contribution
Milstein is a real estate investor, pro-Israel advocate, and philanthropist. He was born in Israel and served as a soldier in the IDF during the Yom Kippur War. In 1978, he graduated from Technion College with a degree in Industrial and Business Management and, later on, moved to the United States. Milstein obtained his master’s degree in business administration from the University of South California. Having completed his MBA, he began his career in the real estate business.
In 1986, he served as the president of Liberty West Inc., a company owned by Hager Pacific Properties. In 2000, Milstein became the board member of the Israel Campus Coalition, a position he still holds up to date. He also serves on the Hasbara Fellowship, StandWithUs, and Israel American Council Board.
In 2006, he was called upon to serve as AIPAC’s national council member. Four years later, he helped establish Sifriyat Pijama B’America, a literacy program implemented in the United States. The program serves to educate children on Jewish history. It does so by emailing them Jewish literature and music. In 2011, Milstein was promoted to managing partner of Hager Pacific. He currently serves as the chairman of the Israeli American Council Board.
Milstein’s record of accomplishment in the philanthropy world
He supports many Pro-Israel organizations such as the American Israel Education Foundation, the Israel-American Council, ICC, UCLA Foundation, and Hillel. Milstein has won several awards for his achievement in philanthropy arena. In October 2015, he received the American Friends of Magen David Adom Humanitarian Award. In 2016, he was named among 25 most influential people on ‘Jewish Twitter.’ He was also recognized among the top 100 people influencing Jewish life positively. He also featured as a finalist for the StandWithUs award.