Adam Milstein is a renowned businessman who has earned a fortune by investing in the real estate sector. He is an Israeli-American and has been appreciated for supporting members of his community who are based in the United States. Milstein was born in Israel and was even part of the IDF troops during the Tom Kippur War in 1973. He relocated with his wife to the U.S in 1981 to seek better economic opportunities. The entrepreneur holds a degree in business and economics from a university in Israel and an MBA from the University of Southern California.
Milstein kicked off his career as a real estate professional by being a sales agent and has risen to serve Hager Pacific Properties as a managing partner. The company has its clients’ base is in Southern California where it has been managing commercial and industrial real estates. It has acquired and developed several underutilized properties. Adam has been handling accounting, planning, and financing operations at Hager Pacific Properties. His accomplishments as an entrepreneur in the sector have made him a role model to his peers.
Besides being an established businessman, Milstein has given back to the community for over two decades. He has been practicing ma’aserrishon, which is a Jewish culture whereby people are needed to donate 10 percent of their revenue to charity. The entrepreneur has co-owned Adam and Gila Milstein Family Foundation with his wife since 2002. His wife also runs a separate charity that is known as SifriyatPijama B’ and has offered Jewish children books that educate them about their culture. She has managed to reach more than 15,000 Israeli-American families.
Most of Milstein’s charity work is dedicated to supporting the Israeli-American community. He was on the frontline in the founding of the Israel-America Council (IAC), which has been essential in strengthening relationships between the two nations. Over 100,000 Israel-American had volunteered to participate in the activities of the organization by 2012. Adam has been appointed to the boards of foundations such as Hasbara Fellowships, Jewish Funders Network, AISH Los Angeles, the Los Angeles Board of Birthright Israel, and AIPAC National Council. His family’s charity offers $1 million annually to support the Israeli-American community.