Adam Milstein Bloomberg is a man deeply rooted in the service of business and philanthropic contributions. In the pursuit of his innate desire to help others, he used the knowledge he gained from the MBA he earned at USC to invest in the field of business to become a managing partner at Hager Pacific Properties located in Encino, California. As a managing partner, Milstein’s responsibilities at Hager Pacific include overseeing the management of property, disposition, and financial aspects of the company. Furthermore, as an extension of his inner drive to assist the needs of others, Adam Milstein endeavors in community service as an active philanthropist. In being a native of the State of Israel, Milstein and his wife Gila sought out on a mission to aid the Jewish community as co-founders of Milstein Family Foundation (MFF). The foundation provides a range of services including fundraising, consultation, development, and partnership with other Pro-Israel organizations that strive to uplift the community.
In addition to his list of achievements, Adam Milstein is also accredited as being an author. As a blogger on Times of Israel, Milstein discusses various topics concerning political and Jewish community relations within the State of Israel. On his recent blog post, Milstein converses on the subject of the Jewish Diaspora and the Jewish faith in their outreach to unite for the sake of assisting and uplifting their homeland in the State of Israel. In the beginning of the article, Milstein depicts how at the turn of the century Israel came to be an independent Jewish state through the hands of proactive leaders who sought to eradicate the growth of anti-Semitism. Moreover, Milstein decides to incorporate a bit of historical content within the article in his mention of the Jewish fight for freedom during World War II and how they were led to do so by fearless leaders in order to overcome their oppression in the Warsaw Ghetto.
In his recollection of these moments of the past, Adam Milstein makes the attempt to emphasize to his audience the importance of the historical perspective on the Jewish stance and their fight to freedom by much needed leaders. Nevertheless, in doing so, Milstein calls out to those young leaders whom he claims are most often the ones who relish their past the most with the hopes of sparking an inner desire to fight to save the State of Israel from being divided by The Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) campaign being held around the world.