Adam Milstein is an Israeli-American, a philanthropist, and real estate investor. Adam graduated in 1978 from the Technion and arrived in the United States in 1981. Adam Milstein earned his MBA from USC in 1983 and began a career in real estate. Currently, Adam is the Managing Partner at Hager Pacific Properties. Hager Pacific Properties owns and manages over 100 properties throughout the United States. In addition to working in the private real estate industry, Adam is the co-founder of the National Israeli-American Council, and is a significant board member of various organizations. Family and community are two values that are very important to this entrepreneur. Both Adam Milstein and his wife Gila, provide free books to Israeli-American Jewish families in Hebrew, with a focus on promoting core Jewish values. This is all possible through the Sifriyat Pijama B’America organization.
An entrepreneur at heart, Adam Milstein realized that he had to strike out on his own when recruiters didn’t have what he was looking for. Adam forged a career in Commercial Real Estate, working for 3 years as a broker. Following his success as a broker, Adam branched out into investing in real estate. Three keys to Adam’s success as an entrepreneur has been his commitment to following-up, consistence, and persistence. Adam has credited his success in business because of his nature to be self-driven, understanding the value of working hard for the long-term success, and the importance of not listening to criticism. There is no such thing as making a fortune overnight putting all your efforts into one venture.
Philanthropy is a significant thing that Adam Milstein engages in, because it not only benefits others, but it makes his daily life and work more satisfying. Adam Milstein is involved with organizations and efforts that work to strengthen the Jewish people, the relationship between the United States and Israel, and the State of Israel.