Adam Milstein is a native of Israel and served in the country’s army forces during the Yom Kippur War. He got married to Gifa Elgrably in 1974 before moving to the U.S. in 1981. He received a master’s degree in business administration from the University of South Carolina and began his real-estate career in the same state. By this time, he had on graduated as a Technion in 1978.
He has been recognized as one of the most experienced Jewish individuals in both non-profit and for-profit worlds. In addition, he has also risen as on of the most prominent pro-Israel Americans. Once he had established his business in Los Angeles, he started a foundation with his wife and called it the Adam and Gila Milstein Family Foundation, which offers philanthropic and charitable services. Through this foundation, his family has reached out to a wide range of Jewish people in the U.S. and helped them pursue education goals.
Having made a name for himself, Adam Milstein has now become a voice of advocacy and philanthropy that plays a major role in leveraging for fundraisers, partnership development and expert consultation services. Most of these services are offered to allow Jewish continuity, Jewish education and for pro-Israel advocacy. Beyond financial support, Adam is known to incorporate actionable skills and lessons to help other partnering organizations attain higher levels of influence and efficiency.
Adam Milstein is now a managing partner at Hager Pacific Properties and majorly works on rehabilitating, repositioning and acquiring of office, multi-family, industrial and retail properties. Besides his daywork, he also sits in many boards, either as a member or a chairperson. Some of these institutions include the Jewish Funders Network, Hasbara Fellowships, American Israel Public Affairs Committee National Council and Birthright Israel.
Adam Milstein also hosts guests in his podcast to discuss different issues relevant to the Jewish community in America and other factors affecting the Israeli-American community. Most of his guests are elected officials, policymakers, artists or activists. Adam is blessed with three daughters and three grandchildren. He has two siblings, Dalit and Yehoshua. Both siblings were also born in Israel.