Watch Doniece Sandoval’s Inman Connect San Francisco talk to hear how she used her skills as a marketing executive to bring mobile showers and toilets on wheels to the streets of San Francisco.

When Doniece Sandoval discovered there were only 16 shower stalls and toilets for the more than 7,000 homeless people in San Francisco — a city that has over 107 millionaires per square mile — she knew she had to do something to help.

Lava Mae was Sandoval’s attempt to solve one piece of the problem — the lack of access to hygiene for people experiencing homelessness. Watch her Inman Connect San Francisco talk to hear how she used her skills as a marketing executive to bring mobile showers and toilets on wheels to the streets of her city.

Watch more sessions from ICSF 18 here.

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