Adam Milstein has a Message to Share
There is a little bit of history and experience to share when it come to the professional and personal life of Adam Milstein. Starting with his origins and place of birth, he is the son of Eva and Hillel Milstein, followed by Joshua and Dalit. After a few moves here and there with his family, he grows up to be quite the champion for the welfare and wellbeing of Jewish people and the Israeli nation.
In fact, the record for Adam shows his joining the IDF (Israeli Defense Force) and serving in the Yom Kippur War. His fellow countrymen thank him for the service, without a doubt. However, after the fight is through, Adam decides to get his education. To this end, he graduates Cum Laude with a BS (Bachelors of Science) in business and economics from the Israeli Institute of Technology, in 1978.
Post-graduation he works with his father in the family business long enough to move make plans and move to the United States, with a family of his own. There, he receives his MBA (masters of Business Administration) from the University of Southern California. After that, he goes to work in commercial real estate and does his best as a sales agent.
The sales go very well for Adam Milstein and with just a few years of good smart and steady work he and his wife are ready to open their family foundation. This foundation is designed to help keep the Jewish faith and Israeli people alive, well and well connected with a healthy relationship with the United States. It support individuals and organizations that do anything to keep the image and name of Israel positive.
However, Adam Milstein contributes to the world on behalf of the Jewish nation and the state of Israel in more way than one. Besides writing checks that can make anyone’s day, he shares his experience and expertise in medias such as The Jerusalem Post. There, he can post sociopolitical queries designed to be serious food for thought. These subjects can range from installing pride and brotherhood among the community or an examination of living in the Jewish diaspora. It is all about getting a message out into the world about his homeland and nation while keeping that message positive.