Adam Milstein is a man whose combined creative thinking, moral values, and fearlessness enabled him to become one of the most just and forthright cultural leaders in modern day society. Over the course of his triumphant journey to establishing his influential position, Milstein learned valuable life lessons that taught him the importance of seizing opportunities and taking a stand for what is morally right for self and that of others. Nonetheless, by upholding these values and using them as a catalyst to build nobility for himself, Adam Milstein set the standard for achievement within the Jewish community and acquired recognition for being an exemplary spokesperson in the fight to protect, honor, and uplift the Jewish culture.
Upon embarking to the United States from Israel in 1981 with his family and Business Management degree in hand, Adam Milstein settled in California where he would ultimately create the foundation for the fruition of his business and humanitarian aspirations. To compliment his first degree, he furthered his business education at the University of Southern California to have the honor of receiving his MBA. For Milstein, a business education was considered to be a perfect fit for his lifestyle because it was a field that entailed the necessity of communication—a skill that encourages networking and having an influence over critical matters. Moreover, through the diligent utilization of his education, Adam Milstein began working for Hager Pacific Properties (privately-owned commercial property investment firm) as one of the company’s managing partners (financial overseer).
Yet, even with such amounted success, Adam Milstein had bigger plans that he wanted to implement to nurture and sustain the growth of the Jewish culture. To help execute his plans, he became a member of several pro-Israel nonprofit organizations that enabled him to lend his voice to speak on cultural issues and concerns. Of these organizations, he teamed up with Hasbara Fellowships, Sifriyat Pijama B’America, StandWithUs, Israel on Campus, and the largest Israeli-American organization in the U.S.—the Israeli-American Council. Together, all of these organizations in unison stand to serve but one simple purpose—to educate the Jewish people and help spread cultural awareness among other communities. Furthermore, in 2000, Adam Milstein also created the Adam and Gila Milstein Family Foundation to help promote active philanthropy and leadership capabilities among members of the Israeli-American community.