Nick Cannon got to meet a lot of amazing kids while working on a TV special the TeenNick HALO awards, which air tonight on TeenNick and Nick at Nite. One of those ordinary teens that are doing extraordinary things is Brryan Jackson. The 18-year-old has been living with AIDS since he was a toddler. He was intentionally injected with HIV-tainted blood when he was 11-months-old by his own father in an attempt to get out of paying child support. But the teen never let living with the deadly disease hold him back enjoying a fulfilling life. "My entire life is dedicated to giving back," Brryan says. He created the Hope is Vital organization to raise awareness, understanding and compassion for people affected by HIV/AIDS. "He's so positive and has dedicated his life to making the world a better place," says Nick. In fact, Brryan is so positive that he's learned to forgive his father, who was later convicted with first-degree assault and sentenced to life in prison. "I want to offer people hope and maybe even become president," says Brryan.