Adam Milstein, the Most Influential Israeli-American Philanthropist

Adam Milstein is an Israelite by birth, and he is among the most prominent philanthropic individuals in the world. Adam Milstein is the first born in a family of three the other siblings in his family are Joshua and Dalit. Adam Milstein served in the Israeli Defense Force in 1973 during the Yom Kippur War. After his dedicated service in the army, he went back to school and studied Bachelor of Science degree majoring in business and economics. While he was in school, he worked in his father company that was involved in selling properties and construction businesses. In 1974 Adam tied the knot with Gila Elgrably and in 1981 Adam moved to the US together with his wife and daughters. In 1983 he decided to advance his studies by enrolling at the University of Southern California where he graduated with Masters of Business Administration and later worked with the leading real estate firms as a sales agent.


Adam became accomplished in his career and he has been very much involved in giving back to the society. He has a very functional foundation Adam and Gila Milstein Family Foundation that is supporting very many development initiatives geared to bettering lives for less fortunate Israelites and making the life for Israeli students in America better. Adam is very skilled in fundraising; he pulls together multiple organizations together to work towards realizing a set goal.


Adam’s charitable deeds have been recognized in the whole world, and his name appears on the list of world’s best 200 people who have been very philanthropic. He is a chairperson of many charitable foundations among them Israel on Campus Coalition that focuses on helping the less fortunate Israel students studying in the United States and other countries. This recognition has been very humbling for Adam, and in the list, other prominent leaders and businessmen like Mark Zuckerberg and Barrack Obama appeared. Adam’s wife Gila has been very supportive of their philanthropic initiatives and he is committed to ensuring he remains committed to philanthropy.

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