Business Leader, Entrepreneur, Leader, Philantropist

Adam Milstein is an Israeli native who came to the United States to obtain a higher education. He earned an MBA in entrepreneurship. After graduating, he was unimpressed with the job offers he was given. This prompted him to begin working as a real estate broker because he felt he could earn more. After a few years of success on the job, he went on to become an investor in real estate. Today he is a Philanthropist and a successful real estate investor. He is a managing partner at Hager Pacific Properties, a commercial real estate investment firm.

Adam Milstein is a man who is not afraid to share his views when he witnesses an injustice in the world. He had written recently in which he has observed a connection between ideological extremism and anti-Semitism. In the pursuit of liberty and justice of all human beings. He feels that there should be no tolerance for hate towards any fellow man, regardless of race, religion or any other difference. He also believes that anti-Semitism is a type of hate that has been extremely difficult to eliminate. Anti-Semitic views have led to some of the worst human rights violations in history and that it is a direct cause of many violent acts against innocent Jewish people. There are not many other cultures who can claim a similar history or discrimination, dehumanization or mistreatment.

Adam Milstein wants to inform individuals that there is an imperative difference in accepting people with opposing beliefs and accepting people who aggressively hate other groups of people. Hate speech is not a valid way to express an idea. Milstein says it hate speech must be prevented from being treated as additional political terminologies Hate speech is the scapegoat to allow violent attacks on whole groups of people. Being an American, Adam Milstein believes wholeheartedly in protecting free speech but recognizes that hate speech is the opposite of what makes a free country great. He continues to work for the progression of the Jewish community. He has donated a lot of money for numerous pro-Jewish causes.

http://blogs.timesofisrael.com/author/adam-milstein/

Philantropist

Keith Mann of Dynamics Search Partners has never been one to pass up a chance to help someone out or be there for them. It does not matter who they are or where they come from. If they need some help, he is more than willing to do that. Even if people don’t necessarily need help, but they need a little boost or a little confidence, he is there to provide it. He realizes how lucky he is to be in the position he is in and it is not something he takes for granted. Keith Mann knows he worked for it and has earned it, but those are the kinds of people that are grateful for everything in their lives.

 

He is grateful for the chance to live his life and be safe. That is provided to him, his family, and all of us thanks to the police. Right now, there are a number of people out there that are scared of police or viewing them in a negative light. This is incredibly difficult for police. They are simply doing their job and doing it to the best of their abilities. As with any job and anything out there, it is not perfect. There are going to be a few bad apples. However, we fall into dangerous ground when we lump everyone in together.

 

It must be very difficult on the cops to be putting their lives on the line out there only to be underappreciated and undervalued. One can’t help but feel for them. It can be a thankless job. Keith Mann of Dynamics Search Partners is here to remind them they are doing a great job and he is grateful for all they do. After all, his uncle is a detective. He has learned a lot from him and what he has gone through.

 

That is one of many reasons why Keith Mann treated the 54th precinct to lunch in New York on two separate occasions. Everyone loves a free lunch and this was a gesture that really made their day and reminded them that people do care and people support them.

 

Read more about Keith Mann:

http://www.animalliberationfront.com/ALFront/Interviews/KeithMann06.htm