Milstein is a co-founding member of his foundation, Adam & Gila Milstein Family Foundation. The organization supports Israel-affiliated institutions such as the Israeli-American Council as well as The American Israel Education Foundation among others.
In his recent article, Adam Milstein educates on how great and memorable leaders persevere in overcoming their challenges. He uses vivid examples like; David Ben-Gurion who was the first prime minister of Israel, Chaim Weizmann who is the president of World Zionist Organization, Golda Meir who was the first female president of Israel, as well as the founder of Hadassah, Henrietta Szold, who strived to have an independent Jew-state under the rise of antisemitism.
Milstein goes further ahead using an instance of the period World War 2 took place. He divulges that in this period Mordechai Anielewicz spearheaded the Jews to war against Nazis. This was during the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising. Coincidentally Peter Bergson heroically directed an initiative to command a Jewish army to fight helping the allies. Peter, who is a follower of Jabotinsky, also helped give information entailing the European Jewry destruction.
Adam Milstein continues with his teaching by talking about Colonel Mickey Marcus. Mickey who hailed from the tough neighborhood of Brooklyn structured a strong demeanor of being a strong American leader in the military during the Second World War. He left the United States of America back to Israel in the year 1948 to help the country and later became its first modern General.
Adam Milstein acknowledges the new problems and challenges that Jews face in the current world. He talks of the BDS campaign which sets out to remove the State of Israel. Their main mission is to separate the Jewish American Community.
These issues as Adam Milstein says require action and profound leadership from the Jews in the Diaspora. This is through aping and supporting the ways used by leaders of the past and their conviction to their goals.
Adam Milstein holds the position of being the managing partner at Hager Pacific Properties. He manages finance, disposition, and properties of the firm. He is of Israel origin. He graduated in the year 1978 from the Technion. He also accomplished an MBA in 1981 from USC. He shares three children as well as three grandchildren with his wife, Gila.