Adam is a Jewish philanthropist who is a native of Israel. From an early age, he understood that hard work and success were related. Adam served during the Yom Kippur War and after that graduated from the Technion. Mr. Milstein has an MBA from USC. After finishing his studies, he began a career in the Commercial Real Estate in 1983. Adan Milstein is currently serving as a Managing Partner at Hager Pacific Properties.
Mr. Milstein Identifies the importance of Jewish values he being a Jew. His strong beliefs let to the Sifriyat Pijama B’America foundation which he co-founded with his wife. The organization focuses on educating Israeli-Jewish-Americanfamilies in the United States on the importance o Jewish values. The company provides free monthly books in Hebrew to children. His philanthropic work fosters the strengthening of Jewish people and that for one to be part of the solution, one needs to understand the problem and review the issue. Adam and Gila supports a couple of organizations through the Adam and Gila Milstein Family Foundation. It is from such ties Mr. Milstein reveals that spending money, or rather having dinner with his family as very important to him.
Adam Milstein knew from a young age that he wanted more than just being employed. Many recruiters offered him less than he deserved when compared to his experience and knowledge. Mr. Adam was driven to go out on his own and work as a Real Estate Commercial Broker;he supports that businessmen should always follow their leads. After three successful years, he ventured into becoming an investor in real estate.
Mr. Milstein believes that entrepreneurs should be persistent and consistent in their endeavors and credits his partner as to being a visionary and great thinker with a positive influence on his thinking. A failure he experienced as an entrepreneur was trying to make a fortune over a short period.Success cannot be achieved through the quick way but rather the long way. This can be demonstrated on the occasion where he bought alarge amount of inventory to sell after the sale of a few art pieces proved to be successful.