Since time immemorial, impactful individuals have been remembered through the courses they helped champion and the races they helped run- at least not literally. One person busy writing his way into the great history books is Adam Milstein. Adam is a celebrated, real estate developer, philanthropist and most importantly the voice of the voiceless Israel community. For a man befitting his description Adam is nothing short of bundles of joy.
Adam Milstein, is an Israel native having been born in Haifa. Adam’s life was not easy, after being born his family relocated to Kiryat Yam and Kiryat Motzkin where he spent most of his childhood years before joining the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) in 1973. Upon joining the IDF, Adam was deployed to serve at the Ariel Sharon’s Army division. Once the war was over, Adam hanged his boots, enrolled for a degree in business and economics, and graduated in 1978.
It is during his time while in school that Adam acquired some knowledge about the construction industry since he was able to help his father run the family business. Adam’s education did not stop with his undergraduate degree. 1983 saw Milstein graduate from the University of Southern California in Los Angeles with an MBA degree, where he started working for a real estate company as their sales agent.
In addition to his education qualification, Adam is a leader in different capacities. He chairs the board of the Israeli American Council (IAC). Through his leadership role at IAC, Adam seeks to build a vibrant group of Israel-Americans who are dominant all over the US.
The other leadership position Adam is involved in is at The Adam and Gila Milstein Family Foundation where he holds the President position. This family foundation is a charitable organization that seeks to impact and educate young Israelites across the US on taking up leadership position and how to combat the challenges facing both the Israeli nation and the western world.
Adam Milstein is one individual who believes in the power of his own people. Through his philanthropic activities and leadership capacities, at least we are guaranteed of having a vibrant Israel community within the US sometime in the future if not now!