Adam Milstein and his wife, Gila, co-founded a charitable and service-oriented organization that sole purpose is to strengthen Israeli people, the nation of Israel and the United States-Israel ties. The services that it provides give fundraising to programs in Jewish areas for education and the advocacy of the Jewish people.
Adam Milstein was born in Haifa, Israel. His parents were Eva Milshtein and Hillel Milshtein. Both immigrated to Israel when the country was born, around 1948. Adam is their first son along with Joshua and Dalit.
In 1973 he served in the Yom Kippur War. After his stint in the army, Adam enrolled in Israeli Institute of Technology. He graduated with a BS in business and economics in 1978. Afterward, he teamed with his father to expand their real estate and development business.
Adam Milstein married Gila Elgrably in 1974 in Haifa. In 1981, Adam and Gila moved to the United States with their two daughters. Their third daughter was born after the move. In 1983, he received his MBA from the University of Southern California in Los Angeles. He started working commercial real estate in sales. Currently, he is a partner with Hager Pacific Properties and oversees the firm’s finance department and all the properties.
Adam Milstein co-founded the Israeli-American Council. He sits if the Board of numerous organizations such as Israel on Campus Coalition, Jewish Funders Network, Birthright Israel and more. He and his wife also co-founded Sifriyat Pijama B’America; it provides free books in Hebrew that teaches Jewish values to families in the United States.
Adam Milstein has voiced concern over the media and the bias against Israel and its’ people. Recently, a major new outlet commented on how Israeli troops killed a six-year-old girl in Gaza. However, the news lied and the girl died of a blood disorder. Adam’s fight is keeping the media accountable.
With a lot of significant work and progress, he desires to see change. Adam Milstein is fighting for his people. His service to his country has never ceased or wavered.