Last week, Adam Milstein appeared on the list of the 200 most influential social entrepreneurs and philanthropists in the world released by Richtopia, a London-based publication in collaboration with Rise, a social media ranking system. Adam Milstein was ranked number 187 based on his Facebook and Twitter account’s influence on the charitable world.
Adam Milstein is the Chairperson and co-founder of the Israeli-American Council (IAC). He also leads other prominent Jewish organizations such as Hasbara Fellowship, StandWithUs, AIPAC, and the Israel on Campus Coalition. The philanthropic list contained other great business leaders who converted to philanthropists such as Warren Buffet, Bill and Melinda Gates, Mark Zuckerberg, Elon Musk, and Eric Trump. Politicians such as Bill Clinton, Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama as well as Michele Obama were also part of the list. Other highly influential philanthropic public figures like Oprah Winfrey, Magic Johnson, Sean “Diddy” Combs, J.K. Rowling, Arianna Huffington, Ashton Kutcher, and Elton John were on the list.
According to the speech delivered by Milstein, his philanthropic deeds are among the most gratifying as well as important parts of his life. Milstein said that he was greatly honored to be included in a list of so many influential people in the philanthropic field. He thanked his beloved wife, the IAC, and other Jewish organizations that he partners with to make a difference in the world.
The Milstein Foundation is built on two main pillars, strengthening the Jewish country and the Jewish people. The foundation will go on with their work of strengthening the Jewish people and their state by funding projects that influences their lives, embracing the doctrines of active philanthropy, and building synergies between firms.
The Milstein Family Foundation strengthens and safeguards the Jewish people and their State by providing pro-Israel Americans who have the expertise and knowledge to advocate for Israel, igniting the Jewish pride in the young generation, and bolstering the U.S. – Israel Agreement.
Adam Milstein was born and brought up in Israel. He studied business and economics at Technion, and he graduated with a bachelor’s degree. He married Gila Elgrably before moving to the United States. He advanced his studies at the University of Southern California and attained a master’s degree in business administration. He is a real estate investor and an active philanthropist.