Born in Haifa, Israel Adam Milstein is a prominent philanthropist and Israeli-activist. Upon completions of his military service in the Israeli Army, he enrolled at the Israeli Institute of Technology. Adam Milstein obtained his bachelor’s degree in both economics and business. Upon completion of his education, he joined his father working in the real estate business. In 1981 Adam and his wife moved to the United States. Continuing his education in the United States, he earned a master’s degree in business administration from the University of Southern California. After completion of his master’s degree, he started his career as a commercial real estate agent.
With his success in real estate, Adam created the Adam and Gila Milstein Family Foundation. This philanthropic organization provides services to strengthen the relationship between the United States and Israel. It is also well-known for providing services to strengthen and help the Jewish people. The many philanthropic services provided by the foundation include programs to support Jewish education and advocacy for Israel.
The Milstein family provides a significant amount of financial support to the Adam and Gila Milstein Family Foundation. They also devote a substantial amount of their personal time, working on the philanthropic ventures of the organization. The foundation creates programs designed to help recipients throughout all the phases of life. Adam Milstein provides guidance and assistance, along with the funding of many philanthropic organizations. He creates partnerships with other charitable organizations designed to enhance the many benefits offered to recipients of the Milstein Family Foundation.
Adam Milstein is not only a philanthropist, he is also a well-known author. Several of his articles appear in the Jerusalem Post. The most recent article addresses the rise in anti-Semitism throughout the world. He has hope that the strength of future Jewish leaders will overcome the widespread anti-Semitism. Adam believes that history taught us a valuable lesson. It takes great leaders in the Jewish community to overcome the vast anti-Semitism occurring through the world.