The Life and Career of Adam and Gila Milstein

Israel on Campus Coalition, Birthright Israel, StandWithUs as well as Jewish Funders Network and Israel-American Council, just to mention a few. These are the organizations that Adam Milstein can be retraced to. Some of the Jewish leaders that he has partnered with to make the life of the Jewish people better include philanthropists Haim Saba and Sheldon Adelson.

He worked with this two gentlemen to make the inaugural Campus Maccabees Summit a success. This was a summit that brought together about 50 Jewish organizations to discuss the future of the Jewish people in the United States and around the world.

For his contribution to these organizations and other good deeds, Adam Milstein was named as one of the most influential Jews of modern time by the readers of the Jerusalem post. In this post, he appeared as number 39 and was honored to be among other leaders such as the current Prime Minister of the State of Israel Benjamin Netanyahu, US senator Charles, as well as Haim Saban and Sheldon Adelson.

This list consisted of other prominent people like comedians, philanthropist, Supreme Court judges and other prominent individuals. To be named on this list, these gentlemen had changed the lives of fellow Jews for the better. Adam Milstein was named particularly for his involvement with the Israeli-American Council as well as the Adam and Gila Milstein Foundation. This is a foundation that he established together with his wife to help the Jewish people familiarize with their roots and culture. Adam Milstein attributes his success to his wife who has played a major role.

Adam and Gila live in California, and together they have three children. Adam Milstein was born in Haifa, Israel and spent his childhood in Israel before relocating to the US in the year 1981. Adam has also fought in the war during his mandatory service with the Israeli defense forces from 1971-1974.

Adam Milstein holds a degree from the Technion College where he graduated in the year 1978. He majored in business and economics. After college, he ventured into the real estate and is currently a partner at the Hager Pacific Properties.