Israeli-American real estate investor Adam Milstein has recently been recognized for his philanthropic acts, being named one of the top 25 most influential philanthropists active on Twitter. He has also been placed on a list of top 100 influential Jewish Americans.
Milstein was born in Israel and moved to America to pursue higher education. Upon receiving his Master of Business Administration degree from the University of Southern California he joined his father in the real estate business and began working as a commercial real estate sales agent.
Adam Milstein sits on the boards of several philanthropic organizations, including Birthright Israel, Jewish Funders Network, and Israel on Campus Coalition. Birthright Israel connects with American students who have Jewish ancestry and funds educational trips to Israel. Jewish Funders Network offers scholarships and business loans to Jewish Americans at competitive rates. Israel in Campus Coalition operates on college campuses around America and teaches students about the rich history of Israel.
Adam Milstein has also founded a few organizations. He and his wife have started both the Adam and Gila Milstein Family Foundation as well as Sifriyat Pijama B’America. The Adam and Gila Milstein Family Foundation encourages young Jewish people to explore and connect with their Israel roots and to celebrate their rich culture. Sifriyat Pijama B’America is an organization that gives free books monthly to Israeli-American families.
Adam Milstein also co-founded the Israeli-American Council; a fast-growing group that aims to instill in young Jewish people knowledge of Israel. This organization hopes their efforts will strengthen the bond between Israel and other Western countries.
Adam Milstein currently manages Hagar Pacific Properties. He is in charge of financing, accounting, and disposition. Hagar Pacific Properties specializes and acquiring and fixing up properties, both business and residential. He plans to continue his philanthropy work and to empower Jewish Americans. via twitter