Adam Milstein is a man who is attributed as being an inspirational leader to the Jewish community because he has devoted his life with the utmost sincerity to the Pro-Israel mission of nurturing cultural appreciation and promoting humanitarianism amongst the Israeli-American population. From fighting in the war, to establishing foundations and joining organizations, Adam Milstein has just about done everything that one can think of to help contribute to the greater cause for all of humanity.
When he was a young adult at 19 years of age, he made the courageous decision to unite with the Israeli Defense Forces to serve and protect the people of the State of Israel. He fought alongside his fellow comrades in the forces to help lead Israel to victory in the 1973 Yom Kippur War. After the war was over, Adam Milstein immediately went to school and graduated in 1978 from the Israel Institute of Technology with a degree in Industrial and Business Management. Nonetheless, he followed that achievement up with earning a second degree upon moving to the United States with his family in 1981. As new inhabitants to the state of California, it was at the University of Southern California where Milstein fulfilled earning his MBA in 1983.
With his degrees, he ventured into business whereby he happened to be particularly fond of the real-estate industry just as his father had been. After working hard as a sales agent and putting forth the extreme effort to maximize his learning opportunities within the field, Milstein was promoted to the title of being a managing partner for Hager Pacific Properties in California. Yet, even as a successful businessman in real-estate, Milstein pushed himself even further to contribute to the business of philanthropy. Together with his wife Gila, he co-founded the Adam and Gila Milstein Family Foundation in 2000 as a provisional source for monetary and educational needs. In addition to his foundation, Adam Milstein currently services as chairman in the Israeli-American Council to help develop programs that endorse cultural connectivity between the United States and Israel. The IAC also endeavors within the promotion of leadership qualities among the youth and attempts to inspire philanthropic acts among the masses in order for one individual to have the power to help create opportunities for the many.
They had trouble finding a suitable place to eat during their senior year at the Georgetown University. Nathaniel Ru together with his classmates always wondered how they can create a healthy eatery around their school. Little did they know that six years later they would establish an eating joint at M Store. The eatery has been expanding since then and has become a 21-store farm-to-table style restaurant chain Sweetgreen.
Ru and his friends were luck y to find out that Landlord of their residential place was also the owner and the Landlord of the local place they wanted to establish the restaurant.
Ru and his friends called the owner who declined to meet with them for about a month but finally, she agreed and they had a business meeting to explain what their intention was. Mr. Nathaniel recalls very well that it was the first and the last time he wore a suit to a business meeting.
Sweetgreen was the name that Ru and his friends came up with for their restaurant. Ever since they began the healthy restaurant, it has been experiencing tremendous expansion with the classmates expanding their services as well as their products to other locations among them; Northeast’s major cities as well as their suburbs, Washington, Philadelphia, New York, and Boston.
The three business partners had a vision of delivering fresh and healthy food which they have achieved. Their products are collected from local farmers, and spreaders. According to Sweetgreen’s Head of Digital Market; Theresa Dold the restaurant is not only a place to buy food and it more than a salad joint. Theresa said that the food company believes in challenging the custom.
Nathaniel Ru is the co-founder of Sweetgreen Restaurant which is a chain of restaurants with over 40 locations in the United States. Together with his two classmates from Georgetown University; Jonathan Neman and Nicolas Jamme they began the food business. The tree founders bring their experience gained from their families as they come from business-oriented families.
Mr. Nathaniel Ru was recently named and recognized by Forbes in the 30 Under 30 leaders to keep an eye on in the food as well as the wine sector. Ru has involved in the development as well as the expansion of their food organization from the days it began.
Nathaniel Ru is the Chief Executive Officer of Sweetgreen and he has been making sure that they are present in all their branches to keep the balance in all their branches.