Adam Milstein appeared in a list that honored the ‘200 Most Influential Do-Gooders in the World“. The list recognizes leading philanthropists and social entrepreneurs on social media. It is compiled by Richtopia, a London-based publication, in collaboration with social media ranking system, Rise.
Philanthropist business leader’s names on the list include Warren Buffett, Bill and Melinda Gates, Elon Musk, Eric Trump and Mark Zuckerberg. Politicians popular for their charity work like Bill Clinton, Hillary Clinton, Barrack Obama and Michelle Obama also appeared on the list. Influential philanthropic public figures were not left out. Examples of those featured were Oprah Winfrey, J.K Rowling, Ashton Kutcher, Elton John and Magic Johnson.
His Twitter and Facebook accounts’ influence on philanthropy gave Adam number No. 187 on the list. Adam is behind the Israeli-American Council(IAC). He is involved in the leadership of many Jewish organizations like StandWithUs, Hasbara Fellowships, The Israel On Campus Coalition, and AIPAC.
Adam was humbled to have appeared on the list alongside many influential leaders. He is grateful for his wife Gila, the IAC and all the organizations that have partnered with him to make his mission a reality.
At the Adam and Gila Foundation, Adam is focused on bringing the Jewish community closer to the Israeli culture by influencing the next generation, educating the pro-Israel Americans to advocate for the State of Israel and fostering the U.S.-Israel alliance.
Adam Milstein’s History
Adam is his parent’s first-born son. His father made his livelihood as a real estate developer, and his mother was a homemaker. Both his parents were both immigrants from other countries to Israeli.
In 1971, AdamMilstein joined the Israeli Defense Forces and served it during the 1973 Kippur War. After his mandatory work at the Israeli Army, he joined the Israeli Institute of Technology and attained a BS degree in Business and Economics in 1978. During his higher education years, he helped his father in running the family real estate construction and development business.
Adam is Married to Gila Elgrably. Together they have three daughters. He did an MBA at the University of Southern California, in 1983. His career in real estate started as a sales agent.