Why Adam Milstein Made to the list of the 50 most Influential Jews

Just recently, Jerusalem post released a list of the top 50 most influential Jewish figures of the year. The list contained people who have done things that have influenced the Jewish community over last year. The people included on the list also are those who are expected to do similar things in the coming future. Adam Milstein was lucky to appear on the list. In fact, he was ranked 39th of the most influential Jewish figure in the world today. Adam Milstein co-founded the Israeli-American Council. His leadership qualities, activism, and philanthropy has helped him to make it to the list.

After receiving the news, Adam Milstein said that he was humbled to appear on the Jerusalem Post list. Milstein was thankful to his wife Gila who supported him all the way through. He also thanked his organizations and IAC and other organizations that he collaborated with and increased his chances of making it to the list.

Adam Milstein also founded his family organization known as Milstein Family Foundation. The Foundation works to help to strengthen the Jews in their homeland; Israel by participating in Philanthropy and funding projects that had an in the impact the lives of the Jews living in Israel. The organization also helps Jews out of Israel. According to Milstein, the organization will continue to offer help to Jews community.

Adam Milstein is an Israeli businessman who dwells in the real estate industry. He was born in Israel in the year 1952. Milstein joined Israeli Defense Forces in 1971. While he was in the military, Milstein went to Yom Kippur War and made it back. The career in the military was mandatory, but he later quitted and went to pursue Bachelor of Science in Business Economics in Technion, he graduated in 1978.

After schooling, Milstein joined his father in the real estate business and started off his career in the industry. Currently, Milstein serves as a Managing Partner of Hager Pacific Properties where he plays a role of controlling the firm’s finances and accounting. Milstein career and philanthropy projects have all been successful, and he is not planning to retire from any at any given time soon.

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