Adam Milstein is a real-estate investor, executive, and managing partner for Hager Pacific Properties. The Isreali-American immigrated with his family to the U.S. in 1981. A former soldier, having served with the Israeli Defense Force in the Yom Kippur War, Milstein turned to education in 1974, earning a bachelor’s degree in Science from Technion in 1978. In 1983 he graduate from the University of Southern California with a master’s in Business Administration. Despite all his accomplishments, his real success is the world of philanthropy. If Adam Milstein is remembered as anything, it will be as great advocate for the Israeli-American community.
A passionate advocate of Jewish pride, heritage, and bettering the state of Israel, Adam has dedicated his life to helping young students like himself. In 2000 Adam and his wife founded the Adam and Gila Foundation, which works with schools across the U.S. to educate and train young Jewish students in their roots. The foundation has created 58 campus organizations for the enrichment and betterment of Jewish students. Some of those organizations include StandWithUs, the Israel on Campus Coalition, Hasbara Fellowships, and AIPAC. Adam Milstein is also the founder and Chairmen the Israeli-American Counsel. His tireless work has strengthened the ties between the U.S. and Israel. The mission of Adam Milstein’s foundation has always been two-fold; strengthen the Jewish people and the homeland, and it has accomplished both. The Adam and Gila foundation continues to connect Jewish communities with their Isreali roots.
In 2016, Adam Milstein was named one of the 50 most influential Jewish Figures of the last year. In 2017, he was honored again by being named one of the 200 most influential Do-Gooders in the world. In an interview Milstein expressed humility and honor for each achievement, and pledged that his work would never be done. Today, he and his wife continue the good work strengthening the Israeli-American community, the homeland, and U.S. relations with Israel as well. click here