Adam Milstein is currently the Managing Partner at Hager Pacific Properties. Since 1983, he has been a steady force in the real estate industry with an incredible portfolio that takes the cake. Over 3,000 apartment units and ten million square feet of properties, accounting for over $1 billion in value. In previous years, Mr. Milstein would merit top seller at the extremely competitive business, the Hanes Company. He would out-sell 120+ agents. Currently, in his role as Managing Partner, he handles the finances, dispositions and project management responsibilities. He currently serves as the Chairman on the National Board of Directors of the Israeli American Council.
Adam and his wife, Gila started a non-profit organization called, the Adam and Gila Family Foundations. The aim of the foundation is to strengthen the ties between the State of Israel and the United States of America. Every year, it donates over $1 million dollars to organizations in support of the Jewish welfare. It is guided by three important principles: active philanthropy, life path impact and philanthropic synergy.
Besides his efforts within his own non-profit, he is also a huge contributor in other organizations as well: The American Israel Education Foundation, StandWithUs, The Israel Project, Stand By Me, The Israeli-American Leadership Council, Prager University.UCLA Foundation and at least 15 others.
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His dad was also involved in real estate: he served as a real estate developer. Adam Milstein would become a soldier in the Israeli Defense Forces in 1971. He would serve in the Yom Kippur War during his time. After serving, he would head off to the Israel Institute of Technology – Technion – where he would obtain a Bachelor’s degree in Business and Economics.
You can find one of Adam Milstein’s most recent articles[as an author], titled, “Diaspora Jews Will Rise to Meet Our Challenges With Israel in Our Hearts”.It is a touching article regarding the fight for the Jewish people’s survival. In this article, he discusses the importance of WWII as it relates to the Jewish and the current issues of The Divestment and Sanctions campaign. You can find the article posted at The Times of Israel website.