Many people will often find it rather difficult to commit to several endeavors within their life. Indeed, passionate endeavors require great focus, time, and inspiration. However, Adam Milstein is one such man who grew to possess such a rare quality of extreme dedication. He came to be known by many people both inside and outside of the Jewish community for his execution of mental strength and generosity towards helping and uplifting others.
Adam Milstein developed inspiration for his occupational pursuits over the course of his life from his childhood upbringing in his native homeland of Israel. He fought in the Yom Kippur War in 1973 at the age of 19 and decided to go to school after the war ended. In 1978, he graduated from the Israel Institute of Technology with a Bachelor of Science degree in Industrial and Business Management. A few years later, he exceeded that accomplishment by earning his MBA from the University of Southern California in 1983 after he and his wife moved from Israel to live in the United Sates in 1981. Following in the footsteps of his father who was in the business of real-estate, Milstein became a real-estate sales agent whereby he then used his education to gain a significant amount of experience in the field. Nonetheless, with some time and invested hard work, Adam Milstein became a managing partner for one of the most successful privately-owned real-estate investment firms in the nation—Hager Pacific Properties.
With his business endeavors fulfilled, Adam Milstein continued on to be of even greater purpose in life by making generous contributions to the Jewish community. He and his wife Gila sought to help build upon and mold the future of Jewish population by providing resources through their founding of the Adam and Gila Milstein Foundation. Through their foundation (founded in 2000), members of the Jewish community are able to receive and have access to resources that provide cultural education, career training, and non-profit organizational funding to ensure that they have a fair opportunity to develop leadership among society and contribute to the lifelong preservation of their Jewish heritage.