Adam Milstein is an Israeli-American real estate investor and philanthropist, as well as a managing partner of Hager Pacific Properties, where he oversees the firm’s financing, property management, and disposition. He is also an author on the blog, The Times of Israel. Milstein was a native of Israel and therefore served in the IDF, during the Yom Kippur War. Adam Milstein graduated from the Technion in 1978, and upon arriving in the U.S. in 1981, earned an MBA from USC. On top of his work with Hager Pacific, Adam Milstein is also an active community leader and philanthropist. In fulfilling his philanthropic reach, he focuses on strengthening the Jewish people and the State of Israel. In addition to this Milstein, supports a wide range of organizations through the Adam and Gila Milstein Family Foundation, a charity which him and his wife co-founded, which provides charitable philanthropic services to a wide variety of organizations to strengthen Jewish people, the state of Israel, and the U.S.-Israel relationship.
— Adam Milstein (@AdamMilstein) April 20, 2018
Adam Milstein currently lives in Encino, California. He has three children as well as three grandchildren. In looking at his work for the blog The Times of Israel we can see that Adam Milstein is a supporter of pro-Israel organizations such as the IAC, or Israeli-American Council, where he is the national chairman, as well as The American Israel Education Foundation, which is the educational wing of AIPAC. In addition to this, his foundation supports StandWithUS, Hillel, Hasbara Fellowships, and many more pro-Israel ventures. Milstein was born in Israel. In taking a closer look at his most recent authoring on The Times of Israel, we can see an article pertaining to the children of Israel. Although the articles title reads “pride and courage, gifts for our children in 2018,” the article begins by mentioning a previous article pertaining to the Maccabees, the Jewish rebel group that lived in the Land of Israel in the second century BCE. It goes on to discuss of the situation in Israel during the time of the Maccabees, being a land which was dominated by Greek armies. The main contents of Adam Milstein’s article, goes on to sum up the “gifts” which he meant in his title, being various virtues, in sequential, numbered lessons. For example, the gifts are listed are as follows, being pride for one, courage for two, persistence for three, knowledge for four, and then innovation, belief in the impossible, brotherhood, and passion for gifts five, six, seven, and eight.