Adam Milstein is an Israeli-American activist, managing partner at Hager Pacific Properties, a real estate investor, leader in his community, and a philanthropist who aims at making the world a better place. At Hager Pacific Properties, Milstein is responsible for managing properties and taking care of the finances for the company. He has been an excellent choice for the company because of his attention to detail and a knack for getting work done himself that others don’t do properly. His interest in Real Estate began during the time that he was about to graduate from USC where he eventually earned his MBA. He realized, at that time, that he would not be able to make the amount of money he had hoped for in other fields, and so he entered into the world of real estate.
Adam Milstein has always endeavored to the help improve the state of the world and to help Jewish Americans to learn more about their home country of Israel. Part of his work with charitable organizations also has to do with strengthening the bonds between the United States and the state of Israel. Through the Adam and Gila Milstein Family Foundation, Adam Milstein helps to enlighten and educate younger professionals as well as students to feel closer to their Jewish roots by practicing three principles. By practicing “Active Philanthropy,” the foundation, including Adam Milstein and his wife, Gila, don’t only donate to causes but also donate their time and energy to work directly with people. The “Life Path Impact” principle of the organization has to do with the way that the foundation works to support its audience throughout the course of their life. The “Philanthropic Synergy” principle seeks to help combine many different philanthropic organizations’ resources so that the combined strength of them all work to help people much better than any one of them could alone. Get Additional Information Here.
Adam Milstein is also the National Chairman and co-founder of the Israeli-American Council, and he serves on the Board of many different organizations that seek to lift the Jewish people up. Some of these organizations include the Los Angeles Board of Birthright Israel, AISH Los Angeles, Jewish Funders Network, and Hasbara Fellowships.