Adam Milstein Named as an Influential Jewish Leader

Adam Milstein is an Israeli-American currently living in Encino, California. Adam Milstein is married to Gila Milstein, and together, they have three children as well as one granddaughter and two grandsons. Professionally, Adam Milstein is a real estate agent following the footsteps of his father. He has been successful in this sector as he is a managing partner at the Hager Pacific Properties. At this firm, he is responsible for several activities such as accounting, disposition and taking care of the firm’s finances.

Adam Milstein was born in Haifa, Israel. Before moving to the United States of America, Adam Milstein fought in the Yom Kippur War. He joined the Israeli-Defense forces in 1971. He holds a degree in science and majored in economics and business. He attended the Technion College for his undergraduate degree. He also holds an MBA from the University of South California. His real estate company specializes in buying and rehabilitation of several properties for resale purposes.

On the 5th October 2016, Adam Milstein was recognized by the Jerusalem post as among the most influential Jews of modern time. This was as a result of the contribution he had made in changing the lives of the Jewish community as well as his ability to make this changes in the coming years. According to the Jerusalem post, Adam Milstein was honored for his role as the co-founder and chairman of Israeli-American Council. He was also honored due to his philanthropic activities. To help the Jewish community worldwide, Adam has worked with various Jewish organizations such as the Birthright Israel, Stand By Me, and Hasbara Fellowships. In this list of the most prominent Jewish figures, Adam Milstein was named as number 39.

Other people who made to this list includes philanthropist Sheldon Adelson, Ron Lauder, Ruth Bader and Lynn Schusterman. There were also Jewish leaders such as Natan Sharansky and Malcolm Heinlein. The US Senator Charles Schumer and Supreme Court Justices Ruth Bader and Elena Kagan also made it to the list. Another prominent person on this list was the current Prime Minister of the State of Israel, Benjamin Netanyahu. Adam Milstein acknowledged that he was honored and humbled to be mentioned on this list.

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