Adam Milstein, Well-Known Philanthropist

Posted on October 7, 2017 By

A prominent real estate investor, Adam Milstein is also a philanthropist. An Israeli native, he moved to the United States in 1981. He went to the University of Southern California business school for his bachelor’s and he received his Master of Business Administration from Southern California. Milstein is a noticeable managing partner of Hagan Pacific Properties. He is in the firm’s financing, disposition and accounting department. He is a co-founder of the Israeli-American Council, one of the fastest growing Jewish groups in America. As a Jewish person who believes in giving 10% of his income to charity, Adam Milstein does just that, as well as support programs for Jewish education.

for his bachelor’s and he received his Master of Business Administration from Southern California. Milstein is a noticeable managing partner of Hagan Pacific Properties. He is in the firm’s financing, disposition and accounting department. He is a co-founder of the Israeli-American Council, one of the fastest growing Jewish groups in America. As a Jewish person who believes in giving 10% of his income to charity, Adam Milstein does just that, as well as support programs for Jewish education.

The Milstein Family Foundation is another organization he started with the intention to participate in active philanthropy. This group believes in “life path impact” as another key factor in Milstein’s ability to develop organizations as part of their target audience which needs to be engaged their whole life in whatever phase of life the person is in, the goal being to connect with Jewish Americans from the age of 2. As a thought-leader in the non-profit world, he has put together the Adam Milstein Podcast, which features conversations with elected officials and policymakers, thinkers, artists, and activists who are pro-Israel in the Jewish-American religious community.

He is on the board for various charitable organizations such as the following: Jewish Funders Network, the Israel on Campus Coalition, the Los Angeles Board of Birthright Israel, Hasbara Fellowships, AIPAC National Council, and AISH Los Angeles. He is an activist working towards strengthening the U.S. –Israel relationship. He is a role-model for other philanthropists because of his dedication, knowledge, and experience. He is in the top 100 influential philanthropists list who have influenced Jewish life, having had a positive impact on the world.

Learn More: www.huffingtonpost.com/author/adam-milstein

INvestorLeader