Adam Milstein was born in Haifa, Israel. He lived in Israel during his early years, and he served in the Israeli Defense Forces during the time of the Yom Kippur War. After serving in the military, Mr. Milstein graduated from Technion, the Israeli Institute of Technology. Later, Mr. Milstein moved to the United States obtaining a MBA from the University of Southern California. He currently works in the real estate field, and he is noted for his active involvement in a number of charitable projects that relate to Israeli, American and Jewish relations.
Adam Milstein is the founder of the Israeli-American Council. The goal of the IAC is to promote the needs of the Jewish community within the United States. The organization seeks to bring Jewish people together from all parts of the country and from the nation of Israel. The organization sponsors festivals, Hebrew language learning and educational opportunities for children among its many functions.
In addition to his philanthropic work with the IAC, Adam Milstein is involved with a whole host of other endeavors. Mr. Milstein serves on the board of organizations that include the Jewish Funders Network, Birthright Israel, the Israel on Campus Coalition and the American Israel Public Affairs Committee.
Adam Milstein and his wife are the founders of the Adam and Gila Milstein Family Foundation. The goal of this foundation is to help strengthen the bond that exists between the United States and the nation of Israel. An important goal of the foundation is to provide younger members of the Jewish community within the United States a sense of belonging to the greater, worldwide Jewish community.
Currently, the foundation is working on college campus throughout the United States in order to combat anti-semitism on campus. The organization is working to present the nation of Israel in a positive light and combat negative portrayals of Israel on college and university campuses.
Adam Milstein is an active philanthropist. He works diligently to support the Jewish community in both Israel and in the United States.