The model will take the stage to present the award for Outstanding Comedy Series, which will go to Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, Grace and Frankie, Modern Family, One Mississippi, The Real O'Neals, Steven Universe, Survivor's Remorse, Take My Wife or Transparent. See the full list of nominees HERE.
Jackson is the latest to join the star-studded lineup of previously announced presenters Mary J. Blige, Josh Hutcherson, Jeffrey Tambor, Jussie Smollett and Tatiana Maslany.
GLAAD kicked off the event-filled weekend on Friday by celebrating Transgender Day of Visibility with a powerful video featuring well-known trans actresses, actors and other personalities reading inspiring Instagram comments.
Earlier this week, ET also exclusively broke the news that singer-songwriter Troye Sivan, 21, will make history at the awards show as the youngest recipient of the Stephen F. Kolzak Award, which honors those who have made a significant difference in promoting equality and acceptance. Past recipients of the prestigious accolade include Laverne Cox, Ellen DeGeneres, Ruby Rose, Chaz Bono, Melissa Etheridge and Sir Ian McKellen.
"Troye Sivan embodies a generation of LGBTQ youth who are unapologetic, outspoken, and proud to be who they are," GLAAD President and CEO Sarah Kate Ellis said in a statement to ET. "He has quickly become a leading voice of his generation and sends a message of hope and empowerment with every song, music video and social post."