Adam Milstein was born in Haifa, Israel. Milstein was introduced to the Real Estate industry through his parents. In 1978, he graduate Cum Laude from Technion, Israeli Institute of Technology with a Bachelor’s of Science Degree in economics and business. While attending college, he worked with his father helping to enlarge the family’s real estate and development business. After attending the University of Southern California and receiving his Master’s of Business Administration degree, Milstein began working as a sales agent in commercial real estate.
Adam Milstein is more than a successful businessman. He is an ongoing philanthropist and is a dedicated community leader. He is the co-founder of the Israeli-American Council and is currently appointed as the chair for the company’s national expansion. Adam and his spouse Gila are the co-founders of the company, Sifryat Pijama B’America. The establishment was created for the purpose of providing free monthly books Jewish-American families in the United States. These books, that are comprised in the Hebrew language, have been responsible for teaching more than 70 of these families Jewish values. Milstein also sits on the Board of various organizations, these groups include, Israel on Campus Coalition, Jewish Funders Network, StandWithUs, Hasbara Fellowship, Stand By Me, Birthright Israel and American Israel Public Affairs National Council. Adam has a strong passion to strengthen the Jewish people, and his philanthropic efforts are designed to do just that. Through consulting, fundraising and partnership development, Adam Milstein and his wife have created a system that positively impacts those that they come in contact with.
In a recent interview with Ideamensch, Adam discussed on various topics. Some of these topics include his failures, his approach to business, and how the birth of Hager Pacific Properties came to be about. This particular interview gives an in depth insight into what Adam deems as important in life and what practices and idea concepts he utilizes to be successful. In this particular article, he explains that family is the most important thing, and that explanation displays the meaning of why he puts such an emphasis on strengthening families.