Tamara Knighten is here to serve and support women and children who are ready to restore their confidence.  

She was burned at age six and is no stranger to the awful feelings of guilt, shame and self-doubt. Instead of hiding, she decided that she wanted to showcase her scars to the world and wear them as a badge of honor.  

As a result, she has been on a mission to heal, empower and restore the community of survivors who are still hiding their scars. Since then, she has written a children’s book entitled “Kailya B. That’s Me – Dashing and Confident” and her latest release “Burned But Not Broken”.  

My goal is to help others embrace their scars, love themselves and build their confidence.