Adam Milstein has made a name for himself in the real estate industry. He started off by working as an independent real estate broker. His talent and determination drew the attention of real estate development company, Hager Pacific Properties. Mr. Milstein now works as a managing partner for the company, where he oversees a portfolio that is worth more than $2 billion dollars.
The impressive performance of Adam Milstein in the real estate industry is not his only claim to fame. Adam Milstein has been labeled as one of the top 100 most influential Jews in the world for his philanthropic work, leadership and business success in 2016 by the Israeli Newspaper, the Jerusalem Post. Now in 2017, Adam Milstein has been recognized as one of the top 200 philanthropists and social entrepreneurs. This adds to another impressive title to the Jewish businessman and philanthropist.
The reason Adam Milstein was selected as one of the top 200 philanthropists and social entrepreneurs was because of his tremendous advocacy for the Jewish people and the state of Israel. Mr. Milstein’s most well known and biggest non profit initiative is the Adam and Gila Milstein Family Foundation. This charity works with other non profit groups to help them expand their reach and to help them achieve their goals. It also endows them with money.
Adam Milstein is not a philanthropist who has a hands off approach. He does not just write checks to charities and claims credit for supporting them. Neither does he just sit around on a board and pretend that he impacts millions. With Adam Milstein, charity work is a passion and a major driving force in his life. He interacts directly with the people that he impacts and who he helps. He actually leads the charities that he has created and works with others to help them promote Jewish values.
One of the key missions of Adam Milstein in his charitable work is to reach out to Israeli-Americans who have been marginalized by the larger Jewish American community. Mr. Milstein and his family immigrated to the United States from Israel. He founded the Israeli-American council to help bridge the gap between the two groups and to foster a better relationship with the Jewish state of Israel.