Adam Milstein is an entrepreneur of entrepreneurs, and all his businesses focus on supporting Israel and Jewish Americans by helping them to realize their traditional roots in Judaism. He and his family moved to the United States in 1981 from Haifa, Israel, so Adam could obtain more education. He immediately attended the University of Southern California and received an MBA in Entrepreneurship.
Today, in 2017, the Milsteins are proud to be leaders in the community by making Los Angeles and the United States more aware of the Jewish-American prescense in the country. Adam Milstein is a co-founder with his wife Gila, in the Milstein Family Foundation or MFF, and this agency acts as an umbrella company for many of the other agencies he founded.
These agencies include the Israeli-American Council and the L.A. Board of Birthright Israel. he sits on the Board of the Hasbara Fellowships, Israel on Campus Coalition, StandWithUs, AISH Los Angeles, AIPAC National Council and the Jewish Funders Network.
Adam and his wife also are co-founders of Sifriyat Pijama B’America, which is an organization that supplies books in Hebrew and teaches Jewish values to Israeli-Jewish-American families of the 21st century.
Hager Pacific Properties
Mr. Milstein received many career offers when he graduated in 1983, but he wanted to go out on his own into real estate because his father had been in the field too. Adam and his partner, Chris Hager, founded Hager Pacific Proeperties as a Real Estate Commercial Broker. The company was successful, and several years later, Mr. Milstien became a Real Estate Investor, which requires more responsibility and financial ventures.
Mr. Adam Milstein will tell you how much he enjoys the real estate industry because there is never a dull moment in the market. He works diligently in all his businesses, but he says that adding philanthropy to his day to day entrepreneurship with Hager Properties has made all the difference. He is more satisfied and fulfilled in all his roles as he gives of himself to his heritage. Mr. Milstein is moving forward and follows his own advice to be part of the solution.