Through his philanthropic activities, long-term activism and his leadership in prominent Jewish organizations saw Adam Milstein emerge number 39 in a list of 50 Jewish most influential figures. The list released by Jerusalem post listed the top 50 Jewish leaders who have made an impact to the Jewish community through various positive activities uplifting the social standards of the community.
Also featured in the list was U.S. Senator Charles Schumer; philanthropists Haim Saban, Sheldon Adelson, Ron Lauder, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, Supreme Court Justices Elena Kalgan and Ruth Ginsburg; Jewish leaders like Malcolm Heinlein and Natan Sharansky including Sarah Silverman and Gal Gadot, the Jewish entertainers. Learn more about Adam Milsten: https://www.youtube.com/user/AdamMilstein
Adam Milstein appeared on the list through his leadership as the chairman and the co-founder of the Israel-American council as well as his dedicated participation in many Jewish organizations such as the Israel on campus coalition, Birthright Israel, AIPAC National Council and stand by me among others.
In his statement, Adam Milsten thanked his wife Gila for the emotional support as well as other organizations who has partnered with his foundation. Also, he expressed how honored he was to be on the list among other renowned world leaders from various scopes.
Milstein said that The Milstein Family Foundation would continue working to safeguard, strengthen the Jewish residents and the state through igniting pride in Israel’s next generation, as well as, providing pro-Israel Americans with the knowledge and expertise bolstering the Israel-America alliance.
According to Aish, Adam Milstein affirmed that the Milstein Family Foundation would continue to adhere to the principles of active philanthropy building synergy between organizations and funding project with the aim of improving life-path of the Jewish community.
Adam Milstein is a business investor, entrepreneur, and a philanthropist. Adam has a bachelor’s degree of science in business and economics from Technion.
In 2000, Adam and his wife Gila founded Adam and Gila Milstein Family Foundation sponsoring students to learn the Jewish roots as well as igniting pride in the Jewish community living in the United States.