Adam Milstein is one of the most prominent Israeli-American activists in the United States. He resides in southern California and was originally born in Haifa, Israel. He got married to Gila Elgrably in 1974 and in 1981 he and his family moved to America. After earning his MBA he became a sales agent in the real estate industry. Within a few year he founded his own company, Hager Pacific Properties, and now owns real estate across the nation. His specialty is to buy a property, fix it up, and then fill it with tenants while his company manages the property.
Adam Milstein serves as a leader for a number of Israeli-American organizations. Among the most prominent of these it the Israeli-American Council which he co-founded. He is this organization’s chairman of the board and in this position he helps to guide organization’s overall strategy. He has a seat on the board of many other nonprofits as well such as StandWithUs, the AIPAC National Council, and Birthright Israel’s Los Angeles Board among several others, and http://www.jpost.com/Author/Adam-Milstein.
A number of years ago Adam and Gila Milstein established the Adam and Gila Milstein Family Foundation. They use this foundation to teach younger Jewish people about their shared history. They also teach them about the importance that Israel plays in their lives and why it’s such a vital country for them. They also fund many Pro-Israel nonprofits with this foundation. Among many others they support Hillel, Taglit-Birthright Israel, the Washington Institute, Christians United for Israel, and AISH HaTorah, and contact him.
Adam Milstein is also an author who has published many articles in newspapers and other publications. Many of his articles defend Israel and explain why that nation is so important for Jewish people around the world, not just the ones that live there. In some articles Adam Milstein also expresses his views on the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions Movement. He opposes this movement and explains why he thinks supporters of it are very wrong in his opinion.
In his personal life Adam and Gila have three children, all daughters. They also now have a granddaughter as well as two grandsons, and more information click here.