Adam Milstein Recognized as One of the Most Influential People in Israel

Adam Milstein is a renowned philanthropist, community leader and real estate investor who is currently based in the United States. Milstein is a native of the State of Israel. Adam Milstein had the opportunity of serving at the IDF several years ago during the Yom Kippur War, and he has helped his country in several other activities.

He acquired his first degree in 1978 when he graduated from the Technion School. Adam moved and settled in the United States in 1981 and continued his education. He earned his MBA in 1983 from USC and ventured in commercial real estate industry. He is currently the managing partner at a private commercial real estate company in the country, known as Hager Pacific Properties.

According to Aish, Adam Milstein and his Gila Milstein have started a charitable foundation that has helped the lives of many people with Israel origins in the America. Gila is Moroccan, and she relocated to Israel when she was just six years. She went for her education at the Rothschild Hospital Nursing School.

After school, she was appointed as an officer in the Israeli army. Gila is also a respected community leader and philanthropist who have supported her husband in helping people in different capacities. She sits on several boards, and she is the CEO of Stand By Me.

Adam Milstein co-founded the Israel -American Council several years ago. He currently serves as the National Chairman of the organization. His achievements in this institution are respected by people from all over the world. The organization has changed the lives of very many people in the United States.

Just recently, one of the most popular magazines in the country recognized Adams Milstein as one of the most influential individuals in the country with Jewish origins.

The Jerusalem Post releases the report last week, stating that Adam had made a significant impact in the country and the world in general in the past one year, and he had a lot of potentials to effect change in the future years. According to the list, Adam was in the 39th position for his leadership at the Israel-American Council, his philanthropic activities and leadership in some other prominent Jewish organizations.