Adam Milstein’s Life and Accomplishments

Adam Milstein was born in Haifa, Israel. In the year of 1971, he joined the Israeli Defense Forces for his mandatory service. He served during the Yom Kippur war in 1973. In 1978 he graduated with a bachelor science degree in business and economics.

Milstein got married to Gila Elgrably in 1974. He went on to have two daughters. In 1981, their family moved to the United States. After receiving a master business administration degree from the university of southern California, he started worked in commercial real estate as a sales agent in 1983.

In the year of 2000, Milstein and his wife founded the Adam and Gila Milstein Family Foundations (MFF). This unique organization sponsors education to students helping them identify their Jewish roots and to be proud of it. They provide them with facts to help them stand up for what they believe in as well as helping them feel connected to the State of Israel.

Milstein is also a co-founder of the Israeli-American Council, where he was named National Chairman of this group. This is the fastest growing Jewish organization in America. Adam is co-founder of an organization that provides free monthly books in Hebrew. More than seventy Israeli-Jewish-American families receive these books.

In the year of 2015, in June, Adam joined two other men to organize an inaugural campus summit. This organization helped to defeat hate groups of the Israeli people along with stopping the lies about the Jewish people and to prevent spreading anti-Semitism.

Milstein is currently managing a partner of Hagar Pacific Properties. He oversees the finances and accounting. His firm specializes in retail and office multi family properties. He still provides charitable services to the Jewish and Israeli people encouraging them in their faith. His philosophy includes three unique principles: Active Philanthropy, Life path impact, and philanthropic synergy.

There are close to one million Israeli-Americans that live in the United States today. They play a major role in social activism, culture, and innovation. His mission is to equip these people to take leadership in the future. Adam was voted one of the top 100 people to positively influence Jewish lives in 2016.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *