Women from underrepresented groups (visible minorities, Black women, newcomers, those living with disabilities,single parents, low-income women) are still being excluded from services and other socio-economic opportunities and continue to be disproportionately impacted. This project is an opportunity to create an inclusive design for community services to address systemic barriers impacting women’s inclusion in services. In order to design an inclusive service delivery model, marginalized groups must be positioned in the service planning and delivery process. The project is based on collaborations between immigrant women and community organizations, and will engage them as volunteers to build the intersectionality competence of services while providing volunteers with training, Canadian work experiences, supported referrals, and references for future work. This project will aim to build capacity for services, women from underrepresented groups will help the service provider put a DEI lens on their communications contents, while at the same time support immigrant women to gain Canadian work experience, mentorship support and reference for their job applications. This project uses peer-mentorship, collaborative work practices and team-based democratic decision-making to empower the gifts, strengths and the potential of women to develop core competencies that better support expanded career options.