Adam Milstein has parlayed his real estate investing success into a life of service to his native land of Israel. He’s not only a successful investor but also a philanthropist and community leader. He co-founded the Adam and Gila Milstein Family Foundation whose work supports Isreal and the Jewish people. The foundation also focuses on Israeli-American relations helping to strengthen their special bond. He co-founded the Israeli-American Council and is the National Chairman.
Key components of their family foundation are supporting programs with consulting, fundraising and helping develop partnerships. They achieve this with a three-pronged approach which includes Active Philanthropy, Life Path Impact, and Philanthropic Synergy.
Active Philanthropy involves investing time and expertise as well as financial resources in projects they support. Life Path Impact is creating programs that are designed for every stage of life. Starting with childhood a continuous connection can be maintained through adolescence and into the various stages of adulthood. Philanthropic Synergy is their ability to help develop partnerships with groups who have shared goals, by providing funding and guidance and learn more about Adam.
Milstein’s work with Hager Pacific Properties as a managing partner has been a springboard for his successful philanthropic endeavors. He oversees financing and property management aspects of the business. They own and manage over 100 properties throughout the U.S. which includes apartment units and commercial buildings. They specialize in acquiring and repositioning aging or underperforming properties and more information click here.
Adam Milstein was born in Haifa, Israel in 1952. His parents, Hillel and Eva Milstein, had become citizens of Israel after it achieved statehood in 1948. In 1971 Adam began serving in the Israeli Defense Forces. He participated in the 1973 Yom Kippur War, crossing into Egypt with his unit which brought about the surrender of the Egyptian Third Army Division. After his army service, he pursued his education at the Technion, the Israeli Institute of Technology. He completed a Bachelor’s of Science degree in business and economics in 1978, graduating with honors. During this time he worked with his father in their real estate construction and development business. He gained valuable experience and helped the business grow and prosper.
In 1981 he and his wife moved to the U.S. In 1983 he furthered his credentials with a Master of Business Administration degree from the University of Southern California in Los Angeles. He then embarked upon his career in commercial real estate as a sales agent and resume him.