In the State of Israel, Adam Milstein has several titles. He is known as a real estate investor, a community leader as well as a philanthropist. Adam Milstein can be found on various platforms such as Twitter, his personal website, LinkedIn as well as on Tumblr. He can also be found Milstein on YouTube and Pinterest. Gila is from Morocco and moved to Israel at the age of six. She has a degree from Rothschild Hospital Nursing School. She has been a very big influence on the life of Adam Milstein. Both Gila and Adam Milstein serve on the board of various Jewish organizations such as American-Israeli Education Foundation as well as StandWithUs.
Early October this year, Adam was named by the Jerusalem post as one of the most influential Jewish leaders of today. According to the Jerusalem post, he was nominated by its readers for the role that he had played in the Jewish Society. The readers also nominated him for the potential that he has in making more changes. The readers of the Jerusalem Post nominated Adam Milstein as number 39. When not in business and investments, Adam often takes care of where he comes from using various organizations such as Israel-American Council, Israel of Campus Coalition and Hasbara Fellowships. Adam and Gila
Milstein founded the Adam and Gila Foundation 15 years ago to help educate people about the importance of active philanthropy. It’s for this reason that he was nominated by readers. The readers also nominated other figures such as Haim Saban, Lynn Schusterman as well as Benjamin Netanyahu and Malcolm Hoenlein. These are notable people within the Jewish community and who have played a significant role in making the State of Israel great again. Adam said that the Adam and Gila Foundation would continue to fund those projects with the likelihood of changing the lives of Israelis.
Other organizations that Adam Milstein has established includes Sifriyat Pijama B’America. This is a charity organization that is responsible for giving free books about the Jewish culture and are often written in Hebrew.