About Us

Board of Directors:

Tim Needham, Restoration House STL's Chairman of the Board

Tim has been working in the non-profit sector now for over 15 years. He is passionate about seeing youth and young adults reach their full potential. Tim is a United States Navy veteran, and served two deployments during the Iraq War. After leaving the service, he went back to school and graduated with a Bachelors of Science in Criminal Justice from Liberty University. From 2004 to 2011 he served as a youth pastor South Side Church of God, and Southwest Christian Church. In 2011, Tim went to work for a street outreach program at Epworth Children and Family Services, and that is where he developed a keen eye on the needs of homeless and at-risk youth here in St. Louis. 
 
Tim is an avid supporter of various charities across the United States, including St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, and has served on the Board of Directors for Living Faith Christian Academy. He has also previously served as a high school basketball coach.
 
In his spare, Tim loves to fly fish (when he has time) and is a BBQ aficionado. The perfect day for him as sitting in the backyard on a lawn chair with his two boys, Caleb and Peter, with his beautiful wife Emily, and smoking a pork shoulder in his smoker.

Paul Ramsaroop, Restoration House STL's President

Paul has been a leading part of start-ups and large corporations for over 30 years.  Paul was a founding member of Evolvent Technologies, Inc., serving as President & Chief Operating Officer of Evolvent from 2005 to its acquisition by Mantech International in 2012.  Prior to Evolvent, he worked for more than fifteen years in the IT field with several well-known companies, including McDonnell-Douglas, Boeing, Intellidyne, and Maryville Technologies.  Paul has also successfully served as an investor/entrepreneur launching several successful business ventures and contributing significantly to several others including St. Louis based Etegra, Inc. where he currently serves as President & Chief Business Officer.

Paul demonstrates a belief in the value of family and community through his efforts supporting a variety of causes and local programs.  In the early 2000x, Paul led a non-profit organization in Panama partnering with the US Miliatary to serve the military community stationed there and to then turn to serve the local communities.  Paul believes that philanthropy is part of good citizenship. 

Personally, Paul has a history of giving back tot he community with donations of money, talent, and time.  Organizations helped in the past include:

  • Fisher Foundation in the National Capital Region and San Antonio
  • Operation Homefront
  • Ourmilitarykids.org
  • NIH Children's INN
  • John L. Young Center, Homeless Shelter, Washington DC
  • Whitman-Walker Clinic, non-profit, community based HIV/AIDS Clinic, Washington DC
  • Service International, a St. Louis based non-profit disaster relief organization
  • Youth With A Mission