Adam Milstein is originally from the country of Israel. His parents moved there and were able to develop a successful business of their own. Adam went on to serve in the the Israeli Army. When Adam finished his obligatory service he came home to get involved with the family business. Adam managed to obtain higher education by earning a Bachelor’s degree from the Israeli Institute of Technology.
Adam and his wife Gila were married in 1974. They moved there small family to the United States in 1981. Adam and Gila had a third daughter after arriving to the United States where Adam had enrolled at the University of Southern California to obtain a Masters degree in Business Administration. Adam completed his degree and proceeded to embark on a career in real estate.
Adam Milstein studied to be an entrepreneur. However he spent 3 years working in the industry of real estate in order to learn the basics of the business. Adam learned as much as he could while working as a broker before venturing out on his own as an investor.
Adam Milstein has been a passionate participate in philanthropy since he started in business. He believes that it keeps his life balanced in between his professional success and personal satisfaction. Adam stays very active in the community and is a part of several different foundations. He and his wife Gila went on to found the Adam and Gila Milstein Family Foundation. The organization is yet another way for Adam and his wife to remain close to the essence of life that they believe is important.
The Adam and Gila Milstein Family Foundation was launched in 2000 and focuses on helping Israeli Americans remain close to there native roots. They seek out professionals and educate them on the dynamics of Israel’s relationship with the United States. Young Israel Americans are encouraged to advocate for the State of Israel and spread their knowledge to others on their campuses.
Adam Milstein is a firm believer that consistency and patience is the foundation for any type of business success. He makes sure to follow up on solid leads, which allows them to turn into something positive. According to Adam people miss out on 100 percent of the chances that they don’t take