Adam Milstein is an Israel native who relocated to America. He is an active philanthropist, an investor, a real estate developer and a community leader. After his high school graduation, Adam served at IDF during the Yom Kippur war. Adam later joined Technion College and graduated in 1978. Adam Milstein relocated to the United States of America in 1981 where he began his career as a commercial real estate developer. He also earned his MBA in the United States. Adam Milstein is the Managing Partner at Hager Pacific Management which is a private real estate commercial company.
Adam Milstein is also passionate about his background and origin; he is the co-founder and the National Chairman of the Israel-American Council where he is responsible for chairing the national expansion. His love for his country Israel has also seen him sit on the board of several other organizations including StandWith Us, the Israel on Campus Coalition, Jewish Founders network, Hasbara Fellowship, AIPAC National Council, Birthright Israel and AISH Los Angeles. Adam together with his wife has founded Sifriyat Pijama B’America, an organization that promotes the Hebrews teachings by providing free books, as well as teaching Jewish value to Israel-Jewish-America families.
Adam Milstein is very devoted and hardworking, he began working as real estate broker while still in college, and that is where the idea of founding Hager Pacific came. Adam clearly mentions that when one starts a business they are not sure of how their day will be, but for him, his philanthropic activities make his day. Adam is a go-getter, and he believes in pushing things till they happen, and doing what others cannot. Adam says that he follows up his daily duties to make sure they are perfect and that nothing fails. Adam believes to be a successful entrepreneur one has to follow up his work, be consistence and persistence.
During an interview, Adam mentioned that to be a successful businessman, one does not have to rely on others, and one has to be a part of the resolution, be aware of a problem and consider the issue. Adam Milstein did not lack failures in his way to being a successful investor; he mentioned that he wanted so much to succeed in a short period, but he advises other entrepreneurs that the way to succeed is not the quick way but the long way.