Majority owner and president of ComSource, Melody Jackson began her career in banking and marketing before transitioning industries to head up the leading Motorola two-way radio dealer in the Detroit area.
Melody and her husband Daryl founded Portable Communications, Inc., a Motorola dealership, in 1986, where she served as vice president. Portable Communications later merged with the Motorola North Metro Service Center to become ComSource, Inc. A decade later, Melody and Daryl became sole owners. Melody is proud to lead a Women’s Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC) certified woman-owned business.
A graduate of Central Michigan University with a degree in business administration, Melody is passionate about community involvement and advocating for people living with disabilities. She also enjoys spending time with her family and friends, reading, volunteering, and doing yoga.
With more than four decades of industry experience and expertise, Daryl Jackson is vice president and co-owner of ComSource.
While in college, Daryl joined Detroit Edison as a technician, later serving as engineer. In 1986, his passion for tinkering with radios and entrepreneurial spirit led him to form a radio repair business on the side: This small business grew into Portable Communications, Inc., where Daryl served as president and owner with his wife, Melody. In 1995, Portable Communications merged with the Motorola North Metro Service Center and became ComSource, Inc. A decade later, Daryl and Melody became the sole owners of ComSource, where Daryl remains involved in sales and operations.
A graduate of Lawrence Technological University with a degree in Electrical Engineering, Daryl serves on the Board of Directors for the Enterprise Wireless Alliance and the Mary and Charlie Park Hill Foundation. In his free time, Daryl enjoys fishing, golf, and spending time with his family and friends rooting for all of Detroit’s sports teams.