Harrison Rogers

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Harrison Rogers
Born Harrison Jones Rogers
Mesa, Arizona, United States
Residence Arizona, United States
Alma mater Mountainview High School, Mesa Arizona
Occupation Entrepreneur and Investor
Years active 2005-present

Harrison Rogers (born 27 March 1988) is an American entrepreneur and investor.[1] He is the owner and founder of HJR Global, an Arizona based investment and holding company for various businesses.[2] He founded Lexington Services, an Arizona based company that provides a variety of professional services for individuals with Special Needs.[3]

Personal life

Harrison Rogers was born in Mesa, Arizona, where he lives with his wife and four children.


Rogers first entered the business world when he dropped out of High School to start a carpet-cleaning business in 2005. He created Lexington Services in 2012 to provide professional services for individuals with special needs.

In 2015, Rogers launched Lexington Life Academy, a private school specifically for students with autism. He also founded LCI Realty, a real estate brokerage that focuses on commercial real estate property management and investments. In 2016, Rogers formed HYBRYD, a low voltage company that focuses on home and office automation.[4] In 2016, Harrison founded HJR Global, a venture capital and investment company that focuses on investing in Arizona based businesses.


  • Rogers was awarded Arizona’s '35 Entrepreneurs 35 and Younger': Arizonans leading the way in 2016[5]
  • Rogers was awarded “Most Influential in Valley Business” from AZ Foothills Magazine[6]
  • Rogers was awarded “Most Influential Man in the Valley” from AZ Foothills Magazine[7]


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