Adam Milstein is an Israeli native. He is in the business of investing in real estate, leading and contributing to the needs and wants of the community. During the Yom Kippur War he served in the Israeli Defense Forces (IDF). In 1978, Adam Milstein was a graduate of the Technion, and came to the United States in 1981.

Adam Milstein then attended USC to earn his MBA degree so he could begin his career in the Southern California region in the field Commercial Real Estate in 1983.

Adam Milstein is currently a employed by a privately owned real estate investing firm, called Hager Pacific Properties, as their Managing Partner.

He is current chair of the organization Israeli-American-Council, in which he co-founded. He also is on the board of several other organizations to which he shows support, such as: The Israeli on Campus Coalition; StandWithUs; Hasbara Fellowships; Jewish Funders Network; AISH Los Angeles; AIPAC National Council; and the Los Angeles Board of Birthright Israeli. Together with his wife Gila, they created the “SifriyatPijamaB’America”, a group which helps to provide free books in Hebrew to more than 15,000 Israeli=Jewish=American Families in the United States.

Adam had the idea for Hager Pacific Properties during the time after earning his MBA in entrepreneurship; there were many companies seeking to hire him, however, they were not willing to pay him what he was worth, They were offering undergraduate students more money. That is when he decided he would go off on his own as a broker of real estate and three successful years later co-created the Hager investment firm, with his partner, David Hager, and

Adam believes that the best part of being an entrepreneur is also being a philanthropist; he gets a lot our of each day-to-day experience of helping people within his community. He also enjoys his free time with his wife and kids, believing that no matter what else happens, family is still the most important of all, and