The innovation that comes with working in a technology company should also be used to find ways to promote diversity and inclusion in-house and with outside counsel, a Missouri congressman and the CEO of Diversity Lab said in interviews with Corporate Counsel following a panel earlier this week in Washington, D.C.

“Tech companies are built on innovation, problem-solving, risk-taking, nimbleness and the ability to fail fast and reboot,” Caren Ulrich Stacy, CEO of Diversity Lab, said. “They embrace these traits for software development and [artificial intelligence], so they should be able to do the same as they work to create and sustain diverse and inclusive workplaces.”

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