Among the many Americans, working in pro-Israeli and Pro-Jews nonprofit causes is Adam Milstein. He is one of the founders of the Israeli American Council in Los Angeles in 2007. Milstein is the current national chairperson of its board, and he has been instrumental in ensuring that the IAC has grown to encompass twelve region councils across the US. Adam, together with his wife started the Milstein Foundation which aims at helping Americans of Jewish ancestry to learn, more about their heritage and have a strong connection with Israel. His wife started the Stand By Me, an organization that assists Israeli-American patients with cancer.
Adam Milstein and his wife Gina are well known because of their non-profit causes, and they have extensive knowledge in the inner workings of the non-profit frontiers. Adam is passionate about helping Israeli-American and pro-Jewish non-profit organization as they start. He has offered material support as well social resources to these causes. Adam believes in rolling up his sleeves to get the work done, taking his own time to see that every cause they support becomes successful.
Adam Milstein has also set up Donor Forum to help Pro-Israeli and pro-Jews causes get funding efficiently. This forum allows the organizations to pitch their cause during a 15-minute short lunch break. The idea is to facilitate and speed up the funding process. It is also a chance for a philanthropist to get personally involved with the leaders of the organizations to which they disburse their finances.
Adam Milstein, a native of Israel, relocated to America in 1981. He joined UCLA for his MBA and graduated in 1983. He worked as a sales agent in the real estate industry and rose to become the managing partner at Hager Pacific Properties. He is in charge of funding, disposition and property management. Adam Milstein has also worked with Hanes Company and was recognized among the top listing and selling brokers in a team of 120 agents. Adam has been a pioneer for the better part of his life, and supporting noble causes is not something he is stopping just yet.