Adam Milstein, a Jewish Real Estate Investor Changing the Life of His Community Through Philanthropy

Quite a few wealthy individuals in the world today are actually involved in giving back to their community despite the huge wealth of resources behind their back. One person who can actually stand and be counted among the countable few is Adam Milstein. He is a successful real estate investor who has learnt the importance of giving back to community through personal experience.

Mr. Milstein is a native of Israel and only came to America to quench his thirst for furthering education. Prior to migrating in America in 1981, Mr. Milstein had served his country at the IDF during the Yom Kippur War and graduated from the Technion in 1978. While in America Adam has been able to develop himself professionally and also as a real estate business execute where he currently owns a property company by the name Hager Pacific Properties. According to an interview by ideamensch, below are some facts about Adam.

How did the idea of Hager Pacific Properties come to Mr. Adam?

After graduating with an MBA from USC, Mr. Milstein was approached with a number of recruiting firms all offering the graduates with job opportunities at different firms. According to Mr. Milstein, none was rewarding to him. This left the executive with no option other than to search for a job by himself which led him to become a commercial property broker. With an experience level of three years, Adam saw it fit to quit the job to start his own company and hence the idea of Hager Pacific Properties. Currently this property company is one of the best in its market niche.

How does Mr. Milstein contribute to the betterment of his society?

Through philanthropic activities. If there is anybody who enjoy philanthropy, then it has to be Adam. Adam has helped establish a number of charitable organization where he is actively involved. For instance, Milstein helped co-founder of the Israeli-American Council where he currently seats at the board. He is also a member of the Jewish Funders Network, the AIPAC National Council, the Los Angeles Board of Birthright Israel and StandWithUs to name but a few. All this organizations have one feature in common, fighting for the fair treatment of the Jews in America.