About Kris


KrisBHarmony, LLC

Kris is a nationally recognized keynote speaker with more than 32 years of experience in the healthcare industry, with a specialty in the Post-Acute Care Arena. She has an Occupational Therapist degree from Tufts University, followed by a master’s in business administration from Salem State University coupled with a Nursing Home Administrator's License. Kris owned and operated Harmony Healthcare International, Inc. (HHI) for 22 years and then started KrisBHarmony, LLC.


Kris currently owns and operates KrisBHarmony, LLC. Kris is a mother of four daughters, is obsessed with the store Alice and Olivia and lives by fresh juices from Pressed. She is committed to clean living, a healthy lifestyle, and supplements this by practicing yoga.


Professional Keynote Speaker: "The Wow Factor"


Kris speaks on a range of topics from leadership, growing wealth, scaling a business, brain health, wellness, and navigating family matters while balancing CEO life. Kris's quick pace and high-energy stage presence are electrifying. She is the perfect speaker to open any event and "wake up" audiences. Just as well, Kris is the ideal speaker to powerfully close an event, leaving audiences with a lingering impression of "wow".



"I speak to share knowledge, ignite thought, and inspire change." - ~Kris 

Motivational Team Building | Customer Service | Entrepreneurial Road Map | Predictable Success | Communication | Body Language | Healthy Relationships | Group Dynamics | Divorce and Family Impact | Mental Health (Loneliness, Depression, Narcissism, etc.) | Coping Mechanisms | PTSD Social Media | Abuse (Legal, Physical, Emotional, Financial) | Gender Bias | Equality | Happiness | Leadership Training


The Mission of KrisBHarmony, LLC


The mission of KrisBHarmony, LLCRICO is empowering people who are systematically marginalized and seeing changes in our laws and society. Through professional keynote speaking and Social Media Platforms, Kris reaches, inspires, and empowers millions of viewers, so they too, can have a global impact with what really matters to them.


 Prior to KBH, LLC


Kris was the founder, owner, President, and CEO of Harmony Healthcare International, Inc (HHI) from 2001 – 2023, an internationally recognized, premier Healthcare Consulting firm. Kris started the company in 2001. Harmony Healthcare International, Inc. (HHI) was a recognized consulting firm that used a systematic approach in addressing the C.A.R.E.S. platform which is trademarked and created by HHI and stands for Compliance, Auditing, Analysis, Reimbursement, Regulatory, Education, Efficiency and Survey.



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Kris B. Harmony OTR/L, LNHA, MBA









The issues observed in the Family Court Systems across the U.S. negatively impacts thousands of families and children affected every day. 

This is a system-wide issue.  It requires a culture change, education, and oversight. The results of the damaged system is child abuse.  

My 6-year experience in the probate court shed light on significant shortcomings in the state's probate court system. It highlights an urgent need for reforms to protect the rights and assets of vulnerable individuals and to ensure that judges, lawyers, clerks, GALS, guardians, and conservators act in the best interests of those they are appointed to represent. This is a catalyst for legal changes and increased accountability in the entire probate process to prevent future abuse.

What are some of the issues seen in the Family Court Systems?

1.    Financial Exploitation:

•    The length of the case correlates to the financial means of the parties involved. 
•    The May 2023 Annual Probate Court Legal Conference publicly mocked the system. Two attendees from MFAC obtained the conference recording.  One attendee contacted the conference orchestrator requesting permission to publicize excerpts from the conference.  I simultaneously ordered the recordings online.
•    First, the organizer denied publication.
•    Second, my purchase of the recorded conference came as a corrupted file.  The recordings were never made public.

2.    Lack of Oversight:

•    A significant lack of adequate oversight and monitoring of GALS (Guardian Ad Litems) and conservators by the probate courts.
•    Lack of oversight fosters abuse to persist for an extended period. Need inherent checks and balances.

•  GALs are not trained in the areas they address. 

3.    Impact on Vulnerable Individuals:

•    These issues have devastating consequences for vulnerable individuals who are supposed to be protected by the court system.
•    Many experienced financial hardship, neglect, and diminished quality of life as a result of the misconduct in the probate court system. 

4.    Legal Reforms and Investigations:

•    Investigations must be launched to identify wrongdoers and hold them accountable.

5.    Public Outcry:

•    The September 12, 2023, Massachusetts Legislative hearing took 7 hours.  This demonstrated a significant public outcry, by mothers, children, physicians, psychologists, therapists, lawyers, probate court employees, and advocacy groups demanding legal reform for the victims and survivors. 
•    This hearing is helping to raise broader awareness about the need for reform in the Massachusetts probate court system.

Reform by Other States:

1.    Guardianship and Conservatorship Reforms: Many states have implemented or considered reforms to improve oversight and accountability in guardianship and conservatorship proceedings. These reforms aim to protect the rights and assets of vulnerable individuals.

2.    Advance Directives and Healthcare Decision-Making: Some states have updated their laws related to advance directives, living wills, and healthcare power of attorney to ensure that individuals' preferences for medical care are respected and followed.

3.    Electronic Filing and Case Management: Several states have modernized their probate court systems by implementing electronic filing systems and digital case management tools to streamline processes and improve efficiency.

4.    Estate Administration Reforms: Reforms in the administration of estates, including the probate process, have aimed to simplify procedures, reduce costs, and expedite the distribution of assets to beneficiaries.

5.    Uniform Probate Code (UPC) Adoption: Some states have adopted the Uniform Probate Code, a model law developed to provide consistency in probate procedures across jurisdictions. Adoption of the UPC can lead to significant changes in probate processes.

6.    Increased Access to Legal Services: Efforts have been made to increase access to legal services for individuals involved in probate matters, especially those who may not have the financial means to hire an attorney.

7.    Elder Abuse Prevention: In response to concerns about elder abuse, some states have strengthened laws and regulations to protect older adults, including those involved in probate court cases.

8.    Family and Caregiver Support: Some reforms have focused on providing support and resources to family members and caregivers involved in probate cases, recognizing their important role in the care and decision-making process.



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