Adam Milstein is the eldest sibling to Eva (was a homemaker) and Hillel Milstein (was a real estate developer. He was born in 1952 at Haifa, Israel. He has both an American and Israeli nationality.
He is currently married to Gila Milstein who has bored him, three children. He also has three grandchildren. He resides at Encino, United States of America, California, and Los Angeles. He studied Bachelor of science at the Israel Institute of Technology and Masters in Business Administration at the University of Southern California.
Adam Milstein is mostly known for his tremendous success as an Israeli-American philanthropist and a real estate investor.
Together with his wife, they founded the Adam and Gila Milstein Family Foundation in the year 2000. This foundation was aimed at strengthening Israel’s ties to the USA and the identity of the American Jewish and their connectivity to Israel.
Currently, he is the board chairman to the Israeli-American Council which he was a co-founder in 2007. Situates at Los Angeles, California, the council is aimed at preserving and strengthening the future generations of the Jewish and Israeli identities, the American-Jewish community, and their relations between the United States of America`s and Israel’s citizens.
Adam Milstein is the managing partner of the Hager Pacific Properties at the San Fernando Valley office. This firm is known for its specialty in the acquisition, rehabilitation, and the reposition of industrial, multifamily, retail, and office properties.
While here, Adam Milstein is in charge of overseeing all the property’s management, financing, and disposition.
In 2016, Adam appeared in the Jerusalem’s Post of the 50 most influential Jews and the Algemeiner`s 100 lists of the people with positive influence on the life of the Jewish community. In 2018, Gil Troy has featured him as a modern leader of cultural Herzlianism in his book, “The Zionist Ideas Visions For the Jewish Homeland – Then, Now, Tomorrow.”
His current article, “The Grave Danger of Media Bias,” discourages media misinformation because the media shapes the understanding of the world we live in and our behavior on August 21, 2018, after a headline on “A Baby Girl Dies in the Haza of Gaza” by Los Angeles Times, which was untrue. (Catch full story here; https://www.adammilstein.org/the-grave-danger-of-media-bias/)