Adam Milstein: Hitting The Charts

Adam Milstein was honored by being named to the Jerusalem Post’s official list of the world’s “Top 50” most influential Jewish figures. Milstein was chosen for inclusion along with other because he has reportedly made an obvious international impact. Adam Milstein is additionally thought to be one of a number of individuals who can potentially effect change.

 

Adam Milstein was ranked at number 39 on the publication’s list. He was touted for his deeds as an activist and philanthropist as well as for his leadership skills as a co-founder and the official chairman of the Israeli-American Council or IAC. Adam Milstein was also honored for his involvement with a number of other Jewish concerns including StandWithUs, Stand By Me, the Israel on Campus Coalition, Hasbara Fellowships, Birthright Israel, and the AIPAC National Council.

 

The list reveals Adam Milstein to be in good company. Indeed, there are many other important figures appearing on the list. Specifically, the list also features such recognizable people as Supreme Court Justices Elena Kagan, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, U.S. Senator Charles Schumer, Matthew Bronfman and Lynn Schusterman, entertainers Gal Gadot and Sarah Silverman, philanthropists Ron Lauder, Haim Saban, and Sheldon Adelson, Jewish leaders Natan Sharansky and Malcolm Hoenlein, and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

Adam Milstein, currently an Israeli real estate investor and a managing partner of Hager Pacific Properties has a wife named Gila. Together they launched the well-known Adam and Gila Milstein Family Foundation in 2000. This organization attempts to safeguard and strengthen both Israel and Jews in general.

 

The Milstein Family Foundation works to do this by encouraging a sense of pride in the next generation of Jewish individuals. Furthermore, the group provides every “pro-Israel” U.S. citizen with their knowledge and expertise in order to strengthen the U.S.-Israel alliance and to lobby for Israel.

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