Adam Milstein Ranked Among the World’s Top 200 Most Prominent Philanthropists

Earlier this month, Adam Milstein made it to the list of the 200 most high-ranking Do-Gooders on earth. This was part of a list that ranked the top philanthropists as well as social entrepreneurs on social networks. It was compiled by Richtopia, a publication based in London together with Rise, a social platforms ranking system.

 

Rank and Philanthropic Involvement

 

Milstein appeared in number 187 according to the influence his Facebook and Twitter accounts command in the world of philanthropy. Adam is the Israeli-American Council (IAC) co-founder as well as Chairman. He also leads other well known Jewish organizations like Hasbara Fellowships, AIPAC, StandWithUs and the Israel on Campus Coalition.

 

Other Notable Personalities on the List

 

A number of business leaders who have become philanthropists in the list included Elon Musk, Warren Buffet, Mark Zuckerberg, Bill and Melinda Gates and Eric Trump. It also included politicians like Michelle and Barack Obama as well as Bill and Hillary Clinton. A number of prominent personalities also made to the list like Oprah Winfrey, Magic Johnson, Arianna Huffington, Elton John, Sean “Diddy” Combs, Ashton Kutcher and J.K. Rowling.

 

Adam Milstein’s Reactions

 

Adam was happy for making it into the list and described it as a huge honor as his philanthropic work forms a vital and gratifying part of his life. He expressed his appreciation to his dear wife, Gila, the IAC and all the other Jewish organizations he partners with in his work. The Milstein Family Foundation has been able to advance its mission through two important pillars: strengthening the State of Israel and the Jewish people. He concluded by saying that the foundation would keep on working on achieving these two pillars.

 

About Adam Milstein

 

Adam Milstein is a philanthropist, real estate investor and the managing partner of Hager Pacific Properties. He hails from Israel and served under the Israeli Defense Forces where he was involved in the Yom Kippur War of 1973. He attended Technion and graduated in 1978 with a Bachelor of Science degree in business and economics. As Adam pursued his higher education, he assisted his father in expanding the family’s real estate construction and development company. In 1983, he was awarded with an MBA from the University of Southern California and became a commercial agent in real estate soon after.

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