Arriving from Israel to the United States, Adam Milstein chose the University of Southern California to continue his education. He had already received a Bachelor of Science degree, at Technion. In 1983, he would obtain an MBA from USC.
When he attended the university, there were individuals visiting the campus, attempting to recruit the young scholars with job placement. A.M. discovered they were not offering enough money for the accumulation of knowledge and experience he had, such as working in his father’s real estate and construction business. The salary they were offering him was lower than what his undergrad classmates were receiving.
Ultimately, A.M. determined to seek out a suitable occupation without anyone’s help.
He had a wonderful three year stint as a Commercial Real Estate broker. After that successful venture, he made a daring move by becoming an investor in real estate.
At the beginning of his career, A.M. had a varied schedule and did not know what was going to occur from day to day; however, over the course of time, he started to develop more structure as he perform certain actions.
What really delights him is his involvement in philanthropy; it really makes him feel as though he is making a difference.
A.M. enjoys seeing his concepts implemented, he does not mind working alone and he does not lose track of anything concerning his work.
His co-worker, David Hager is one of the biggest influencers in Milstein’s life. He views him as an intellectual and admires how David applies psychology to look at various issues.
In the meantime, A.M. does have a life outside of work, which is his role in participating in benevolent works.
He and his wife, Gila established a foundation that is intensely centered on The State of Israel and Jewish concerns as a whole.
They have a special interest in children, college and university students learning about their Jewish history and keeping their culture at the forefront of discussions.
Pride, togetherness and the ability to face opposition is what the Adam and Gila Family Foundation strives to teach, to Jewish individuals and those who are not.
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