BAdam Milstein is a businessman, real estate investor, and philanthropist. Adam Milstein was born in Israel to parents who had immigrated to the country during the founding of the country. He fought in the Yom Kippur War during his mandatory military service. His family immigrated to the United States in 1981. He then went onto earn an MBA from the University of Southern California.
Adam Milstein then went onto work in the commercial real estate market. He currently works as the managing partner for Hagar Pacific Properties. Hagar Pacific Properties is a major real estate holder of commercial and industrial properties in Southern California. Adam Milstein specializes in purchasing run down properties and rehabilitating them. He largely works in commercial, office, industrial, and multifamily properties.
Adam Milstein is dedicated to philanthropy with him dedicated to helping young Jewish-Americans. He believes in encouraging young people to have pride in the Jewish heritage, an understanding of Jewish culture, and an interest in promoting the State of Israel. He also seeks to encourage a productive relationship between America and Israel.
Adam Milstein is working towards these philanthropic goals in a number of ways. He founded the Adam and Gila Milstein Family Foundation with his wife. He is also the co-founder and current chairman of the Israeli-American Council. He also holds major positions on a number of Jewish-American groups that engage in a variety of philanthropic activities ranging from promoting Jewish heritage to providing families with books in Hebrew. Milstein is particularly active on American college campuses with him leading organizations that seek to develop a sense of Jewish community for young people who are developing their identity. One of Milstein’s greatest accomplishments is organizing the first Campus Maccabees summit this summit sought to organize efforts between fifty different major pro-Israel groups. Milstein is considered to be a major force behind positive American Israeli relationships with the Jerusalem Post listing him as one of the top fifty most influential Jews.