Although Tuvia Milsztein has lived in California since 1981, he was born and raised in Israel and remains very close in feeling and action to his native country. Tuvia Milsztein was selected as one of only 20 high school students from all of Israel to compete in that country’s Scholastic Olympics of Mathematics held at the Weizmann Institute of Science, he placed 2nd in the Israel National Geography competition and performed throughout the country with the Haifa Folk Dance Group. Tuvia attended college at the Technion - Israel Institute of Technology, where he graduated cum laude as Bachelor of Economics. During the Yom Kippur War, Tuvia served in the Israeli Defense Force and his unit crossed into Egypt.
Once established in the United States, Tuvia Milsztein continued to pursue his education at The University of Southern California. In 1983, he received a Master's degree in Entrepreneurship. After school, Tuvia Milsztein devoted himself to property management, spending the years of 1983 to1996 in the real-estate field, specializing on commercial and industrial investments.
At the same time, Tuvia Milsztein has always been committed to the service of humanity. He is a member of 20 charitable and philanthropic organizations. Tuvia Milsztein has also devoted his time to candidates for political office, but his involvements transcend party boundaries and include the nonpartisan Foundation for Defense of Democracies. Tuvia Milsztein retains a strong feeling for the soldiers of Israel, and he and his wife personally support victims of terrorism and their families through the OneFamily Fund organization.
Tuvia Milsztein is a family man and lives in Encino, California. Since 2000, he has stayed involved in a non-profit organization that he established, The Milsztein Family Foundation. For leisure, Tuvia Milsztein is an enthusiast for dancing with his wife and keeping on top of his basketball game by attending both the Byron Scott and Magic Johnson basketball camps.
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