Adam Milstein – A Community Leader and Real Estate Investor

Adam Milstein is a man who wears many hats. He is a real estate investor and a community leader who is reputed for his philanthropy. To him, philanthropy makes his job more satisficing. His consistency and persistency have seen to it that he breaks all obstacles victoriously. He is a managing partner of Hager Pacific Properties where he oversees the firm’s monetary value, expenditure, and accounting. The company specializes in obtaining, reintegration and relocation of commercial or private property.

Milstein got the idea to start Hager Pacific Properties after he graduated with an MBA in entrepreneurship from USC. He felt that a lot of the potential employers did not appreciate his experience and knowledge. Being a believer of hard work, he brings new ideas to life by pushing until they become a reality. He encourages fellow entrepreneurs to know the problem and in turn be part of the solution.

Milstein’s life begun in 1968 in Israel. He was born to Eva -a homemaker who immigrated from Mexico to Israel- and Hillel Milstein, a real estate developer. His family moved from Haifa to Kiryat Yam then Kiryat Motzkin where he spent his early life. Milstein joined the Israeli Defence Forces in 1971 and served his mandatory service then afterward ventured into different fields.

Adam alongside his wife Gila founded the Adam and Gila Milstein Family Foundation(MFF) that seeks to sponsor students and young professional while encouraging them to know their Jewish culture better. They are also co-founders of Sifriyat Pijama B’America that supplies free monthly books in Hebrew. Milstein was recently named the Chairman of the Israeli-American Council, a Jewish organization that he cofounded. He sits on some boards in some organizations including AIPAC National Council, StandWithUs, Jewish Funders Network, Hasbara Fellowships, the Los Angeles Board of Birthright Israel and AISH Los Angeles.



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