Adam Milstein chairs the Adam and Gila Milstein Family Foundation, a non-profit whose mission is to advocate for the interests of the State of Israel, strengthen the Israeli citizens, and foster a meaningful alliance with the United States. Adam works towards attaining this mission by offering charitable and philanthropic services to pro-Israel organizations. He offers unparalleled charitable services, including partnership development, advisory services, and fundraising to support projects in the fields of Jewish continuity, Pro-Israel activism, and Jewish education.
Accomplishment in the real estate sector
Adam launched his real estate career in the late 1970s while pursuing his undergrad in economics and business at the prominent Israeli Institute of Technology. His duty was to support his father, Hillel, in growing their real estate development and construction company. Milstein joined Hager Pacific Properties as a sales agent and rose through ranks up to the managing director, his current position. He directs the company’s disposition, financing, and accounting.
Achievements in the arena of philanthropy
Adam Milstein created one of the fasted-expanding American-based Jewish organizations called Israeli-American Council. He recently became the executive chair of the organization. He is part of boards of leading charities and activism groups such as Hasbara Fellowships, Birthright Israel, StandWithUs, and Jewish Funders Network. In June 2015, Adam Milstein joined hands with Haim Saban and Sheldon Adelson to host the inaugural Campus Maccabees forum. Over 50 organizations attended the summit. Their mission was to leverage the full power of pro-Israel community to neutralize lies and anti-Semitism concerning the State of Israel on American colleges. In 2016, Adam featured on the list of top 100 prominent individuals making a noticeable difference in Israel.
Adam Milstein is the eldest son of Eva Milshtein and Hillel Milshtein. He was born in Haifa and raised in Kiryat Motzkin, Israel. In 1971, he trained as a soldier and served in the Israeli Defense Forces. He was part of the troop that entered Egypt via the Suez Canal and overpowered the Third Egyptian Army Division.