Adam Milstein is the co-founder for the Adam and Gila Milstein Family Foundation, where he has provided philanthropic and charitable services for a wide range of organizations who have been strengthening the U.S. relationship with Israel , the Jewish people and the State of Israel.
Adam Milstein’s philanthropic services have included partnership development, consulting, Jewish continuity, fundraising to support programs for the areas of Jewish education and Pro-Israel advocacy. Adam’s philanthropic philosophy of operation’s consist of three unique principles, which are Active Philanthropy, Life Path Impact and Philanthropic Synergy. Active Philanthropy includes Adam Milstein, Milstein Family Foundation and the staff have invested significant expertise and time, in not only financial resources, but also in every program, organization and projects that they support.
Life Path Impact is where Adam Milstein has seeked out, developed and funded organizations that have continuously engaged their targeted audiences in life’s many stages.
By creating programs that have been tailored to adolescence, childhood, and the different phases of adulthood, these organizations have been able to maintain a continuous and deep connection with the targeted population. And Philanthropic Synergy is where Adam Milstein has provided the guidance and funding for assisting philanthropic organizations for amplifying their impact for developing synergies and programmatic partnerships with other non-profit entities in working toward shared goals.
Adam the National Chairman and Co-founder for the Israeli-American Council, here he is the chair of the national expansion. He also currently sits on the board for several organizations, this includes StandWithUs, Israel on Campus Coalition, Jewish Funders Network, Hasbara Fellowships, AIPAC National Council, AISH Los Angeles, and the Los Angeles Board of Birthright Israel. He Co-Founded Sifriyat Pijama B’America along with his wife Gila, the organization provides free monthly books that are in Hebrew, this teaching the Jewish values to more than 15,000 Israeli- Jewish-American families throughout the United States.
As a native of Israel, Adam has served as the IDF during the Yom Kippur War, and graduated in 1978 from the Technion. In 1981, upon his arrival to the United States, he earned his MBA from USC and begun his career in Commercial Real Estate out of Southern California. Adam is now a managing partner for Hagar Pacific Properties, which is a private commercial real estate investment firm, and manages and owns several million square feet in industrial and commercial real estate in the United States. Adam lives in Encino, California with his with Gila, and they have three children and three grandchildren.