Evolutionary Activist Philanthropist and Pro-Israel, Adam Milstein
Under the former title name of the Leaders of Israel for the Diaspora Community (LDC), the members had embraced the unique identity of changing the name of the organization to the Israeli American Community (IAC)in mainly focusing on Jewish, Israeli and American people who lived in the United States. The ideal of staying connected to the community was to form one organization one movement. It indicates that the community was family orient and exemplified taking care of their own. Part of the culture and values that it held did not matter who or where the people of the community are located, it was about standing up for the belief and the history. Building educational institutions transpired the traditions of heritage into future generations grasping broader Jewish community platforms that IAC would still be in existence.
Mr. Milstein recently attended a conference to speak on behave of enlightening the young Israeli community of becoming successful in business and philanthropy. Elaborating on active sponsors in 27 states reaching 250,000 Americans of Israeli descendents connecting to Jewish like never before and more have been added since. He refers to the bible on several occasions and the traditions of being a philanthropist under Jewish contribution. Being a giver of 10% is better than being a receiver which is part of the investor’s obligation or funding of growing the resources for the community.
Mr. Adam Milstein born in Haifa,Israel had developed his resources through personal experiences. Describing himself as an active philanthropist, he and his family moved to America to pursue their ambitions and education. He evolved with many organizations over the years along with business partners and began to search for avenues of how to expand the legacy and movement. Implementing a foundation and goal to connect with the children and grandchildren of many generations to come. The American Jewish people who are descends from Israeli must incorporate the philanthropist does not get involved with all of the organizations that are supported; however, the contributions are carefully selected and it eliminates the form of redundancy to build a reputable relationship with an organization.
During one of Mr. Milstein’s life lessons of learning was to never get too confident with your allies because the circumstances could have an astounding effect on your experience. Implementing his father’s business in real estate construction and development of growing the business, his passion statement and mission goal was to commit to the American Jewish people. His education was highly tailored under a Masters Degree of Business Administration from the University of Southern Los Angeles California. As a chair and co-founder, his funding and sponsorship of various organizations were to network the resources for the Jewish community and avenues of international families and in the United States.