Adam Milstein is the son of two Latin American immigrants to Israel, and he is now considered as one of the most active philanthropists in the country, and he is also serving as the managing partner for Hager Pacific Properties. Later in his life, he founded the Adam and Gila Milstein Family Foundation, and together with his wife, they managed to spearhead several philanthropic works which benefited the Jewish people. The foundation was established in 2000, and since it was launched, Adam Milstein and his wife are doing everything that they can to strengthen the ties between the people of the United States and the people of Israel.
Adam Milstein was the firstborn child, and he has two other siblings. His family had to transfer from one Israeli city to another until they decided to settle in the city of Kiryat Motzkin. During the Yom Kippur War, he was conscripted by the Israel Defense Forces, and he had to fight against the Egyptian Army. After winning the war, he enrolled himself at the Technion, and he graduated in 1978 earning his business and economics degree. He assisted his father in managing their real estate business, and because of his knowledge on how to handle their real estate business, it experienced tremendous growth and is considered as one of the most competitive companies in Israel.
In 1981, he decided to immigrate to the United States. He would later take a higher level of education, receiving his MBA degree from the University of Southern California. After graduating from the university, he decided to work for a private real estate company, selling properties as an agent. Later on, Adam Milstein was invited to become the managing partner of Hager Pacific Properties. He accepted the offer and served the company. Some of his responsibilities are to oversee the financing, deposition, and accounting departments of the company.
Despite his busy schedule being the managing partner of Hager Pacific Properties, Adam Milstein still has the time to participate in philanthropic events. He stated that it brings joy to his heart every time he sees a grateful Jewish kid being assisted by his foundation.