Adam Milstein Uses His Family Foundation to Strengthen Ties between Israeli and America

Most Jewish organizations in America are struggling to remain relevant by striving to survive on a tight budget. As for the Israeli-American Council (IAC), this is not the case. The group hosted its annual event at the Walter E. Washington Centre. The venue is well known to most pro-Israelis and Jews. IAC caters for Israeli and Jewish immigrants and Milstein is working hand in hand with all of his networks in order to strengthen the relationship between Israelis and Americans.

Background

Milstein is a prominent real estate entrepreneur. He is also a managing partner and stakeholder at Hager Pacific Properties. Born in 1952, Adam Milstein hails from Israel. He grew up in KiryatMotzkin. The dedicated philanthropist was an agent at the Yom Kippur War in 1973. He played an instrumental role in the Israeli Defense Force. In 1978, he left the force to venture into a different career path. Milstein joined Technion and majored in science and economics. He earned his degree in the same year, 1978.

Education

In 1974, Milstein married his wife Gila Elgrably, after which, they were blessed with two daughters. He decided to relocate his family to America in 1981. In 1983, Adam Milstein joined the University of Southern Carolina for a master’s degree in business administration. Shortly after, he delved into the real estate business.

Career

Adam Milstein’s career revolves around real estate businesses. He is the head cheerleader of Hager Pacific Properties, a company that owns more than 100 properties in America. The company also facilitates the acquisition, rehabilitation, repositioning and retail of properties. With Adam Milstein as the managing partner, he oversees management, accounting, financing and disposition.

Philanthropy

Adam Milstein is not just a business professional. He is a philanthropist and contributes to charitable organizations. Together With Gila, Adam Milstein established a family charity organization called Adam and Gila Family Foundation (MFF). Since 2002, this foundation has assisted youthful Jews to uphold their culture by connecting them with their roots. In addition, the foundation fosters the understanding of their heritage. It also promotes businesses aimed at strengthening the relationship between the U.S. and Israeli.

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