Adam Milstein Continues To Draw On His Skills To Create A Better World For Jewish-Americans

Adam Milstein is known to some as a philanthropist and to others as an activist who has stood up for the Jewish people for the majority of his life. He was born in Haifa, Israel and earned his Bachelor of Science degree in business and economics while studying at Technion. During his college years, he worked alongside his father to help him with his real estate business. At the age of 29 years old, he decided to move to the United States with his wife and family.

Adam Milstein made his mind up to study at USC, and this is where he earned his MBA. After this, he went to work as a sales agent for commercial real estate. Milstein eventually became a managing partner at Hager Pacific Properties and has continued to work with the company all of these years later.

In the year 2000, Adam Milstein got together with his wife to create the Adam and Gila Milstein Family Foundation. The foundation has done a lot of good in the world since its inception, and its primary purpose is to strengthen the State of Israel and to help better connect the nation with the United States. Milstein believes that the two countries have a special connection and that the younger generation of Jewish people will benefit greatly from strengthening these ties. The foundation also donates money to organizations, programs, and projects that benefit the Jewish people and also works with individuals to help improve their lives.

Adam Milstein is also the co-founder of the Israeli-American Council, which was formed in 2015. This is a nonprofit organization that has worked with Jewish-American people in order to help better connect them to the State of Israel. The council also focuses on establishing the identity of Jewish-Israelis in the U.S. and works to promote philanthropy within the Jewish community in the nation. Adam Milstein has also used his writing skills to communicate his ideas through The Jerusalem Post. There, he has highlighted the harmful role of antisemitism in the world and has also drawn on his skills to inspire the Jewish-American youth of today.