Adam Milstein’s Variety of Philanthropy Activities

Adam Milstein has used a variety of ways to spread philanthropy throughout the Jewish community, and its these activities that have earned him recognition in the international spotlight. He’s sponsored and hosted competitions such as the “Inspired By Israel” video competition, given to college organizations that sponsor trips to Israel for students, and given to fun learning resources in Hebrew and Jewish traditions. He’s also gotten involved with religious and economic leaders as well as political activists to discuss issues and show unwavering support to his homeland of Israel. He’s currently President and Chairman of the Israeli-American Council as well as the Milstein Family Foundation. He was named at number 187 in Richtopia’s list of the World’s Top 200 Philanthropists, and number 39 in the Jerusalem Post’s Top 50 Most Influential Jews of 2016.

 

Adam Milstein‘s primary work is at Hager Pacific Properties, a real estate company he cofounded and is currently a managing partner for. He got into this work not long after graduate school and deciding that commercial real estate brokering was where he wanted to take his career. He’s helped Hager Pacific Properties invest in some of the highest valued residential and commercial properties in California, Texas and Illinois, and he serves in various property management and financing capacities for them. One thing Milstein loves about this job is investing against an unpredictable market and learn more about Adam.

 

What makes the Milstein Family Foundation special for Adam Milstein is the work that he and his wife Gila have put into it. While the foundation has benefited many organizations, family remains the backbone of it. Adam Milstein is a father of three daughters and several grandchildren. He came from a family in Israel that was very close and which has served the nation in the defense forces. Adam fought in the Yom Kippur War in 1973 where he met Gila, and upon returning home married her and began his family life. He attended university at the Technion in Haifa, Israel from 1975 to 1978 and then came to California in 1981 to attend USC’s business grad school where he graduated in 1986. In addition to his real estate and philanthropy work, Milstein writes columns for the Jerusalem Post and more information click here.

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