Adam Milstein, a man of Isreali descent and advocate for the Jewish community, has built a quite a legacy for himself both in his work as well as in his passion for the outreach and support of his fellow Israelis. Moving to the USA to acquire a master’s degree at the University of Southern California after completing a bachelor’s at Technion, he studied entrepreneurship. After graduating he began working as a real estate broker and after a few years of moderate success, he dedicated himself to turning it into a career. Today, now the managing partner with Hager Pacific Properties he continues to be active in the industry. Though now he has also found a passion for giving back and the importance of maintaining one’s identity.
These passions along with Adam Milstein’s background have led him to create The Milstein Family Foundation in which he uses his resources to help those who, like himself, have come to America to build a life for themselves as well as those still within Isreal. The Foundation aims to maintain the integrity of their heritage as well as financial, educational and social support through partnerships with entities such as the Isreali American Council, the AIPAC National Council, Stand With Us and the Jewish Funders network.
In a recent interview, Adam Milstein comments on how during his time as master’s student he experienced a slight setback. After his graduation from USC he would have job offers that only offered to pay him less than what the undergraduates were being offered at the time, he attributes this to his would be employers being unable to appreciate his unique experiences and perspectives. Despite this Adam Milstein cites that his personal conviction is where a lot of his drive came from to build a life for himself rather than letting other people dictate it for him. Adam Milstein, by his own admission, has always been a self-starter and encourages others to do the same. His biggest piece of advice, however, was to be patient and persistent in all endeavors, and Twitter.com.