Israel native who moved to the United States of America in 1981, Adam Milstein, continuously achieved prosperity since his arrival. He has been especially successful regarding his fight against anti-Semitism. Adam Milstein has empowered those from Israel to embrace their gifts and where they come from. His drive to improve the lives of those discriminated against not only gives hope to the United States, but to the world, as well.
Adam Milstein brought his family to America and began a flourishing career in real estate. In fact, he is currently a managing partner at Hager Pacific Properties. (It is here where efficiency is cultivated by self-funding real estate investments without using outside capital.)
While making a name for himself in real estate for decades, Adam Milstein committed to the business of improving life for Jewish Americans. He is affiliated with organizations that encourage equality for people that share his country of origin.
Two of his own foundations are:
- The Israeli American Council – The Israeli American Council allows for Jewish Americans of all ages to connect to their country via programming such as yearly Yom HaAtzmaut celebrations, young adult groups and children’s educational communities. As co-founder and chairman of the ICA, Adam Milstein has kindled relationships for adults and children that have roots in Israel.
- Adam and Gila Milstein Foundation- This foundation was founded by he and his supportive wife, Gila Milstein. Among the programs and activities offered are subsidies for high school students hoping to be in attendance for the America Israel Public Affairs Committee’s annual Policy Conference.
Adam Milstein’s noble efforts have brought necessary change to a copious amount of people nationwide. His vast knowledge positively influences the United States today and will continue to do so into the future.
The renowned philanthrope endorses the idea that people are given eight gifts including: Pride, Courage Persistence, Knowledge, Innovation, Belief in the Impossible, Brotherhood and Passion. Most importantly, one should be prideful of who they are and where they come from. If Milstein’s personal story is any consolation, recognizing these gifts will undoubtedly be a catalyst for improvement and even bring enrichment to those that choose to believe, as he did, in the power of giving.