Adam Milstein is an American-Israeli living in the United States; he moved to the US in 1981. In the United States, he has established a real estate business empire. He is currently serving as the managing partner of a real estate company known as Hager Pacific Properties. The company has been developing commercial and residential property all over the country. Adam Milstein has also joined philanthropy to support worthy cause among the Jews. When he was growing up, there were no philanthropic organizations among the Jews. The government was taking care of most of the needs of the Jews. However, when he came to the united states, he saw that there were some other contributions which philanthropic organization could play in making the community more prosperous. It is ta this juncture that he formed the Adam and Gila Milstein Family Foundation. Gila is his wife.
Adam Milstein is a key community leader among the Jews. He has stood with them in the face of challenges posed by anti-Semitism. He has been advocating for the Jews to be accorded the same respect as other communities. Due to the Middle East conflicts, there has been an increase in cases of harassment of people of Jewish origin. Adam Milstein is against this move and is trying to bring the community together so that they can resist any form of discrimination that may be brought upon them by radical groups. Adam Milstein has attributed anti-Semitism to the activities of the radical group which have been spreading a message of hate against the Jews.
Milstein believes that there is a lot that the community needs to do in order to deal with the anti-Semitism. Top of the things that Adam Milstein believes will bring the community together is working as a united front. They will be dealing with challenges as a community and is so doing; they will be able to eradicate some of the challenges that they encounter. Milstein is advocating for the education of young Jews so that they can grow up knowing that they need to do to support their community that is under threat from radical groups.