Early Life

Adam Milstein is a native of Israel and was born in 1952. He is the Son of Hillel, a real estate developer, and Eva Milshtein (née Temkin), a homemaker. He served in the IDF during the 1973 Yom Kippur War. Adam Milstein and Gila Elgrably got married in Haifa, Israel in 1974 and together they had three daughters. He migrated with his wife and daughters to the United States in 1981. Milstein received his Business Administration degree Masters from the University of Southern California in Los Angeles in 1983. He then entered the commercial real estate as a salesman.



Milstein is a managing partner at the firm Hager Pacific Properties which specializes in rehabilitating, acquiring, and repositioning industrial, office, retail, and multi-family properties. He is in charge of the company’s financing, accounting, and disposition.



Adam and Gila Milstein Family Foundation found by Milstein and his spouse Gila in 2000, sponsors the education of students and young professionals to do the following:

– Identify with the roots of Jews.

– connect with the nation of Israel.

– Ignite the pride of the Jews.

– Give them knowledge and facts to advocate for the Jewish people and nation of Israel.


The three principles of Adam Milstein’s philanthropic philosophy of operation.

  1. Philanthropic Synergy:

Adam Milstein offers guidance and funding to assist organizations which are philanthropic amplify their impact by developing programmatic partnerships; synergies with other non-profit entities that are working toward shared goals.

  1. Active Philanthropy:

The Foundation of Milstein Family together with its staff and Adam Milstein invest in expertise and significant time and not only financial resources but every organization, project, and program that they are involved in.

  1. Life Path Impact:

Adam Milstein develops, seeks out, and funds organizations that continuously engage their target population through life’s stages. Organizations maintain a deep and continuous relationship with their target audience by creating programs tailored for adolescence, childhood, and the different adulthood’s stages.

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