Adam Milstein Promotes the Jewish Cause

Adam Milstein was born in Haifa, Israel. His parents immigrated to Israel from Argentina (father) and Mexico (mother) in the 1940s. His father, Hillel was a part of the independence war in Israel, serving as a combat sailor. After his military service, Hillel worked as a building framer and moved into real estate development. In 1950, he married Eva, and they had three children. Adam Milstein, Joshua and Dalit. Adam spent his formative years in Kiryat Yam and Kiryat Motzkin.

Adam joined the Israeli Defense Forces and served during the Yom Kippur War of 1973. After his military service, he attended Technion, Israeli Institute of Technology. He received a Bachelor’s Degree in Economics. Later he joined his father in the real estate business. In 1974, he married Gila Elgrably in Haifa.

They had two daughters, and moved to the U.S. in 1981. They later had a third daughter. Adam Milstein earned his MBA degree from the University of Southern California.

According to JPost, Adam Milstein, along with his wife Gila formed their family foundation where they donate to charitable and philanthropic causes to support and strengthen the Jewish community, Israel, and U.S. – Israel relationships. Adam provides consulting services, and fundraising services for Jewish education, and Pro-Israel programs. Learn more about Adam Milstein:

Adam is the National Chairman of the Israeli American Council and was one of its co-founders. He and his wife co-founded Sifriyat Pijama B’America, which provides books in Hebrew for Israeli-Jewish-American families.