Adam Milstein is a well-known and respect real estate investor in the United States. He is also an advocate for the promotion of the Jewish culture in the Israeli-American community. Apart from his lucrative career in real estate investment, he has a passion for philanthropy. This can be witnessed by the number of organizations which he is associated with or supports.
Milstein was born in Israel, where he grew up before moving to the United States. Adam MIlstein was born of immigrant parents, and he later joined the Israeli Defence Forces when he was old enough. In fact, while at the IDF, he served during the Yom Kippur War that took place in 1973.
When he moved to the United States, Milstein studied for his MBA at the University of South Carolina. After graduating with an MBA in entrepreneurship, he ventured into real estate brokering. After a successful career as a broker, he decided to try his hands at real estate investment. That is how his company, pacific Properties, came about.
Adam and Gila Milstein Family Foundation
Milstein decided to establish the Adam and Gila Milstein Family Foundation in order to offer support to young Israelis and various organizations that support his ideologies. The foundation offers financial support towards consultations, development and partnerships with a view to promote Jewish education and culture. Led by Milstein’s three principles of philanthropy, the foundation has helped promote pro-Israel advocacy in the United States and other parts of the world. His three principles include active philanthropy, life path impact, and philanthropic synergy. In order to make more impact on the lives of others, for instance, Milstein’s foundation supports projects aimed at all stages of life. They have projects that target adolescents, adults, and the elderly and so on.
Apart from his foundation, Milstein is also involved in other positions. He is a board member in various organizations including Hasbara Fellowships, StandWithUs, AISH Los Angeles, and the Israel on Campus Coalition among others. He is also one of the founders of the Israeli-American Council.