Adam Milstein listed in the top 50 most influential Jewish people

In the early October 2016, Jerusalem Post included Adam Milstein in the list of the top 50 most influential Jewish people that have made a strong influence in the world over the past year, and who have the potency of impacting change in the future. Adam Milstein was number 39 on the list because of his leadership as the beginner and Chairman of the Israeli-American Council. Another reason for his inclusion was due to his philanthropic work, activism, and a leader in dozens of other outstanding Jewish organisations, without forgetting StandWithUs, the Israel on Campus Coalition, Birthright Israel, Hasbara companies, Stand By Me and AIPAC National Council.

The Milstein Family Foundation encourages the mission established on two pillars. The first one includes making the Jewish people and their homeland secure while the second one involves checking out the special kinship of the state of Israel’s youths and the future generations of the Jewish. The Family Foundation of Milstein strives to take care of the people of Jewish and their State by arousing their pride in the coming genesis, passing knowledge and expertise to encourage the State of Israel. Milstein’s family foundation was formed by Adam Milstein and his wife in the year of 2000.

Adam Milstein is an Israel’s native. He was born in 1952 in Haifa, Israel. His mother‘s name was Eva Milstein, while the father was referred to as Hillel Milstein. Eve Milstein moved from Mexico to Israel at the age of 18 while the father migrated to Israel from Argentina at the age 19. Adam’s parents got married in 1950 at Haifa, Israel. They moved from Haifa to Kiryat Yam then to Kiryat Motzkin and this is where Adam Milstein spent his early years.

Adam Milstein worked in IDF throughout the Yom Kippur War. He graduated with a bachelor’s degree of science in business and economics from the Technion in 1978. On arriving in the US in 1981, Adam acquired an MBA from USC and started a career in Commercial Real Estate in 1983 in the Southern California.

 

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