We don't need a "title" to serve. Elyse Fitpatrick, in her book The Afternoon of Life, reminds us of this:
The world in general and the church in particular are filled with hurting people. Women have historically been involved in diaconate types of ministries, whether they were given the title deacon or deaconess or not. Although I think that there is a scriptural warrant for female deacons, while maintaining male headship, it doesn't matter to me whether we're given the title or not. Any woman who wants to pick up the basin and the towel may do so, whether she's got a title or not. (emphasis mine)
Yep. Sometimes, I want to say, "shut up and get busy."