The gorgeous woman, Lynsi Snyder is an American businesswoman, the owner of the fast-food chain, ‘In-N-Out Burger Company’ which was founded in 1984. She owns a massive net worth from her career becoming the youngest American female billionaire.
Lynsi Snyder was born on May 5, 1982, in Glendora, California, the U.S under the birth sign of Taurus. She is the child of Harry Guy Snyder (father) and Lynda Lou Perkins (mother).
Her parents parted their ways and she is raised by her mother along with her two half-siblings, Traci and Teri, from her mother’s marriage.
Lynsi holds an American nationality and belongs to a white ethnic group. She graduated from Redding Christian School, a private high school in Palo Cedro, California.
The 36-year-old woman is married to a former employee on ‘In-N-Out’ Sean Ellingson, in 2014 at Malibu in California apart from which a ceremony was held at her hometown Glendora. Sean is the older brother of actor, Evan Ellingson. The couple is blessed with a son Layne.
From her past relationship, Lynsi has been linked with several guys. When she was 18 years old, she tied a knot to her long-time boyfriend from high school, Jeremiah Seawell, in 2000, Glendora. However, the relationship lasted for two years and they separated in 2003.
In the same way, she shared her wedding vows with Richard Martinez, in 2004. Also, the couple had twins, a girl named Ella Jade and a boy named Silas Diego, born in 2006. Unfortunately, this relationship also ended in 2010.
Later, she met racer Val Torres, Jr. In July 2011, the pair had a son, Valentino Guy. In 2013, she filed for a divorce and officially they ended the marriage in 2014.
The American Businesswoman has an estimated net worth of $3 billion. He earns a massive sum of money from her successful profession. Since 2013, she has been occupying the position of billionaire list as of net worth $1.1 billion.
Her career rose to prominence after she became the 6th President of In-N-Out in 2010. Similarly, she took ownership of 50% of his father’s share of In-N-Out in 2012.
Likewise, she was ranked a billionaire for the first time in February 2013, by the Bloomberg Billionaires Index, based on an In-N-Out valuation of $1.1 billion.
In addition, Lynsi attached the tag price $19.8 million for sale of Southern California Home. It has 18 bathrooms, ten bedrooms, athletic courts, a guest house, cabana, and other amenities.
On January 1, 2010, Snyder succeeded her brother-in-law, Mark Taylor, as the Chief Operating Officer of the American regional fast-food chain, ‘In-N-Out Burger’. Later, she took over as the President of the organization, a post that was earlier worked by her grandfather, uncle, father, and grandmother.
During 2006, Snyder and In-N-Out were embroiled in a bitter lawsuit by a former company executive, Rich Boyd. Additionally, on her 30th birthday in 2012, she gained 50% ownership of the company. She gained almost full control of the organization when she turned 35.