Adam Milstein holds positions in other organizations most of them to do with philanthropy, to get. He is also a partner in the management of Hager pacific properties. He is a graduate of the Technion – Israel Institute of Technology with a Bachelor’s Of Science Degree in Business and Economics in 1978 and later in 1981 he got an MBA from USC (University of Southern California). Adam Milstein has also served in the IDF during the Yom Kippur War that was back in 1973. He is also Chairman of the Board of the Council of Israeli-American, of which he is a co-founder.
Other than, his charity work, which largely focuses on the growth of the Jewish People as well the State of Israel. Adam and his wife are co-finders of a foundation that sponsors the education of not only students but also young professionals who wish to connect to their Jewish roots, those who want to identify with the State of Israel and provide an information hub of facts about the Israel state and the Jewish people. In 2016, Algemeiner named Milstein its Top 100 People Positively Influencing Jewish Life.
Recently Adam Milstein opened up, about the growing anti-Semitism that has long been associated with the radical right but has now begun increasing on the left as well, and it is a well-known fact that radical Muslim movements also incite their followers with vicious anti-Semitism. In the world that is becoming increasingly connected, these three groups are now exchanging ideas, tactics and even sharing their views online. This created a surging wave of hate, bigotry, and racism that has opened the gates to radicalization.
From his words to his work, and the partnerships he gets involved in, it becomes clear that Adam Milstein holds a deep spiritual and emotional connection to his Israeli Homeland. He believes that identifying with their Israeliness opens a world that many young American Jews conditioned to think that Jewish ties are centered around the synagogue, have never thought of before.
Though Milstein plans to continue working on behalf of Israel, he also has opinions that are less than famous especially among who have lived in Israel all their lives.