Adam Milstein’s Early Life in Israel, Real Estate Venture, and Philanthropy Life
Adam Milstein’s parents were business people in Haifa Israel, with his dad being one of the most prominent real estate investors in the 1950s. As he grew, Adam was learning several basic things related to real estate development, as well as on the importance of upholding the Jewish culture and more information click here.
After he completed his basic education, Adam Milstein was enrolled into the Israeli Defense Force and served under Ariel Sharon- an army commander who was later to become the country’s prime minister. After the end of the Yom Kippur War in which Adam Milstein took part, he decided to advance his studies to have a chance of chasing after his childhood dreams of becoming an investor. He enrolled for and completed a BSc degree in business and economics at Technion. He then quit the army and together with his wife, Gila Elgrably Milstein, he relocated and settled in the United States in 1982; Adam was 29 years of age then and learn more about Adam Milstein.
Relocating to the USA
Upon landing in the USA, the University of Southern California’s business school was Adam’s first destination- he pursued and graduated with an MBA. Afterwards, he decided to put the knowledge he had obtained back home in regards to real estate investments, and so he joined Hager Pacific Properties as a sales agent. As fate would have it, Adam Milstein was able to cut out a name for himself in the company and is currently among its managing partners. All along, he never forgot who he was and where he came from.
After making it academically and in business, it was time for Adam Milstein to pursue what he loves most- philanthropy. In his admission, Adam says that he likes philanthropy because it is through it that he can be able to put a permanent legacy for himself and Adam on Facebook.
Adam shared his dreams with his wife, and they together decided to start a philanthropic organization that would go in line with their love and passion to their home country. The organization that they formed is what is today known as the Adam and Gila Family Foundation. Through the foundation, Mr. & Mrs. Milstein helps the Jewish community living in the United States to get in touch with their Jewish roots and Adam’s lacrosse camp.
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