Adam Milstein – Philanthropist and Seasoned Real Estate Professional

One of the most respected real estate professionals in Los Angeles is Adam Milstein. His professional background is extensive, including over 35 years of valued history. Within his portfolio, includes over 3,000 apartment units and over 10 million square feet of properties; in total, over $1 billion in value. As an agent for the Hanes Company, Adam Milstein would somehow manage to become top seller out of 120+ agents. His duties at Hager Pacific Properties includes those of financing, dispositions and project management.


Adam Milstein and his wife, Gila, started a foundation in 2000 called, The Adam and Gila Foundation. This foundation was started in order to strengthen the special ties between the State of Israel and the United States of America. The non-profit has donated over $1 million dollars to other organizations which advocates for the welfare of the Jewish people. The organization is guided by three important and powerful principles: active philanthropy, life path impact and philanthropic synergy. The organization supports programs for all age categories.

Beside the Adam and Gila Foundation, Adam supports over 20 other non-profit organizations, which supports the Jewish movement: The American Israel Education Foundation, UCLA Foundation, Project Interchange and Nahal Haredi, just to name a few. He currently serves on the board of the following organizations:

Hasbara Fellowship – Brings hundreds of students to Israel every year and educates them about the Jewish culture. This program allows participants to bring truthful information about the Jewish community back with them in order to spread throughout campuses, neighborhoods and amongst friends. This organization has worked with over 250 campuses.

StandWithUs – Promotes the Jewish side of the story. Supports messages throughout schools, neighborhoods, brochures, the media, the internet, etc. Created in response to the misinformation caused by the Middle East dispute.


Adam Milstein would attend the Israel institute of technology – Technion – from 1974-1978. He would obtain a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Business and Economics. After arriving to the United States in 1981, he would obtain his MBA from the University of Southern California in 1983.