Adam Milstein is a Managing Associate at Hager Pacific Properties; a private real estate investment company based in the United States. He is also the National Chairman and co-founder of the Israeli-American Council where he serves as the chair of its national expansion. Adam is involved in real estate investment, community leadership, and philanthropy. He graduated in 1978 from Technion Institute after serving in the Israeli Defense Forces during the Yom Kippur War. Adam later earned a Master of Business Administration degree from the University of Southern California. He began his real estate investment business career in 1883 in Southern California.
Adam is also a board member of various organizations such as StandWithUs, Jewish Funders Network, Birthright Israel, AISH Los Angeles, Hasbara Fellowship, AIPAC National Council, and the Israel on Campus Coalition. Furthermore, Adam and his wife Gila co-founded a nonprofit organization that offers monthly Hebrew books containing Jewish values to Israeli-Jewish-American families exceeding 15,000 in the United States. Later, Adam and Gila started a family foundation that sponsors young professionals and students to identify with their Jewish origin, to be proud of being Jews, get attached to the State of Israel, and give them knowledge and facts to support the Jewish people and the State of Israel.
Hager Pacific Properties finds its direction in an investment philosophy executed through the acquisition of environmentally impacted, aged or under-performing real estate. Their investments increase in value due to reuse, repositioning, or renovation of the property. The company self-funds its investments in properties without the use of external capital, thus creating an efficient experience for sellers and brokers. It owns and manages more than 100 properties all over the United States including commercial and industrial property covering 12 million square feet and 2,300 apartment units. The senior management includes Robert Neal, Adam Milstein, Jason Schirn, and David Hager.