Adam Milstein, an Israeli-American real estate investor, community trailblazer and philanthropist, seeks to strengthen Israel and the Jewish people through the work he does with various sources. Adam Milstein holds the chairman position on the Israeli-American Council.
Examining early stages of Adam Milstein’s life, you would have no notion of his humble background. Milstein was born in Haifa, Israel, which is a major seaport community located on the Mediterranean coast. Haifa, Israel is north of Tel Aviv. Mount Carmel makes a name for Haifa with it’s breathtaking settings. His father worked as a developer in real estate, his mother stayed home. His childhood was spent in his hometown. In the begining of his adulthood he joined the Israeli Defense Forces serving in the October War of 1973.
Adam Milstein later went on to graduate from a well known Institute in Israel then traveled to the USA. He continued developing his education receiving an MBA from the USC, California.
Adam Milstein began his career in commercial real estate investment in Southern California after earning his MBA. He started working at Hager Pacific Properties. During his success with real estate he realized his need for more than simply make money and discovered his passion for philanthropy.
Adam Milstein has contributed articles for the Jewish News Syndicate as well. In his most recent JNS article Adam reviewed the alarming issue of radical Muslim movements in Israel. He reflects the impact of the behaviors of a few select groups on the world view of Israel. His article dissects the connection of unlikely allies who seek to unite against western beliefs and practices. His article presents a case for the future of Jewish people and culture. The JNS article presents a side of the political disturbance and addresses the distractions college student in Israel face.