The youngest female billionaire in the United States is 30-year-old Lynsi Torres. She is the hardworking owner and president of In-N-Out Burger, a popular hamburger chain. The Bloomberg Billionaires Index revealed her identity in a Feb. 4, 2013 and aroused interest in the young hamburger heiress.
Her billionaire status makes her one of the richest young women in the world. That's not bad considering the chain was founded in 1948, and her grandparents Harry Snyder and his wife Esther did all the heavy lifting many decades before she was even born.
As for Torres, this youngest female billionaire in the United States was married three times by the age of 30, and she is the mother of twins. She has neither formal management training nor a college degree. Torres rose to power in 2006 upon the death of her grandmother Esther whose will named Torres as her sole heir.
When the youngest female billionaire in the United States turned 30, she gained control of half the company. She will receive the other half when she turns 35. Little else is known about this low-profile billionaire, but she reportedly owns an impressive $17.4 million, 16,600-square-foot mansion in Bradbury, Calif., competes in the National Hot Rod Association's Super Gas and Top Sportsman Division 7 categories and is married to race-car driver Val Torres, Jr.