Adam Milstein is an active philanthropist, an investor and a community leader born in Haifa, Israel. He is the eldest son of Hillel Milstein and Eva Milstein. His family moved to Kiryat Yam from Haifa while he was still very young. Adam Milstein has two younger siblings, Yehoshua and Dalit. He is president of Adam and Gila Milstein Family Foundation.
In 1971, Adam joined the IDF (Israel Defence Forces) and served there during the Yom Kippur War. Adam Milstein also took part in crossing Suez Canal and worked under the command of Ariel Sharon. He enrolled in Technion where he studied Bachelor of Science degree in business and economics and graduated in 1978. In his higher education years, Adam Milstein joined the farther in expanding the real estate developments and construction business. He married her wife, Gila Elgrably, in 1974 and migrated to the United States in 1981.
Achievements and Philanthropic Work
Adam received his Masters of Business Administration Degree from Southern California University, two years after he moved to the United States. He oversees the firm’s disposition, financing, and accounting in the Hager Pacific Properties where he is the managing partner.
Adam is the co-founder of Israeli-American Council, one of the well-known Jewish organization in America. He was named the national chairman of this firm recently. Adam Milstein also is a board member of the StandWithUs, Hasbara Fellowship, American Israel Public Affairs Committee Jewish Funders Network, Israel on Campus Coalition and Birthright Israel.
Adam is a role model to many young people especially ones from Israel and the neighboring countries. His work has helped many people in Israel. He also has motivated students to believe in philanthropic work. He has been celebrated worldwide for his work as a leading figure. He inspires the next generation of communal leaders and philanthropist.