Danielle Graham, founder of Communitech’s Fierce Founders program, has joined Dream Maker Ventures as a principal to help the VC firm raise a $75 million Diversity Fund. Dream Maker Ventures is the investment arm of Dream Maker Corp., a Toronto-based asset management firm that works in a variety of verticals including real estate, development, property management, and insurance. Graham is joining as the third member of Dream Makers Ventures, and a founding member of the Diversity Fund, alongside Newton Asare, the firms’ managing director, and Isaac Olowolafe, Jr., president of Dream Makers Corp., and founder and general partner of the VC firm. The three have been working together for the past few months building out what this new Diversity Fund will look like. The firm calls itself the first Canadian venture capital fund founded by persons of colour and women, focused on investing in diverse, underrepresented, and underestimated entrepreneurs. It is currently working to secure LPs, with the target of launching a $75 million fund, named Diversity Fund I.