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Lynsi Torres, 30, is the President of In-N-Out Burger.

She’s also the youngest female billionaire in the U.S.

According to a new Bloomberg report, Lynsi Torres does not have a college degree or formal management training, but the proof is in the pudding.

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Or in her case, her business’ amazing hamburgers.

Seriously … you gotta try ’em if you haven’t.


Thanks to In-N-Out’s large fan base at its nearly 280 restaurants in five states, the chain is now worth roughly $1.1 billion, according to estimates.

Clearly, their recipes have fueled success beyond her dreams, as it’s more than enough to make Torres the youngest woman billionaire in America.

Her grandparents, Harry and Esther Snyder founded the chain.

Due to deaths in the family and other circumstances, she’s risen up the ranks and now heads the entire, fast-growing and beloved fast food empire.

City officials plead with the Irvine, California-based company to open restaurants in their municipalities and customers line up for hours in advance.

Bloomberg uncovered other “secret billionaires” over the past year, including Elaine Marshall, 70, the fourth-richest woman in the entire United States.

All thanks to her 15 percent stake in Koch Industries, which, like In-N-Out, is a privately held company that does not have to disclose its financials.

Bloomberg founder and NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg is a prominent billionaire (22 times over). He is the 11th-richest person in the U.S. and 20th-richest in the world.