With a background as an International Educator, TEFL. Mainstream curriculum, and in administration, Angela Younger, Director of the Winnett House, has formed a team of Associate Student Counselors, who also bring with them a wealth of experience in the disciplines of International Education, migration, career advice and travel services.

Angela Younger, Director, Registered Agent

With over 30 years in Education, including International Teaching (classroom and administration), Education and Advocacy for the Disabled, T.E.F.L., Specialist training and work with ‘at risk’ students, Education Welfare (UK), Teacher Recruitment, and Agent and Placement Advisor for International Student Programs, Angela Younger is able to draw from a wealth of experience and utilize skills gained from such a varied background. Having lived and worked in a number of International locations, Angela Younger has a first hand knowledge of cultural and regional differences in Africa, the Middle East, Europe and the Caribbean.

As a fully qualified teacher (B Ed, TT Cert., TEFL Cert.), holding current Qualified Teacher Registration in the UK, Australia and New Zealand, and with training and experience at the International level, Angela deals with Clients directly, and holds both a Canadian Federal Criminal Clearance, and UK Police Clearance to work with young people.
When not dealing directly with Angela Younger, fully qualified counselors / associates are available in Australasia, the UK, and North America.

Angela Younger, Director of the Winnet House exploring cultural and educational sites in China.


Judy and Doug McKeague (Joint Associates)
Judy McKeague has joined the Associates and assisted by her husband Doug they represent both Eastern & Western Canada. Judy was raised and educated in the Maritimes, while Doug was born & educated in Alberta. Both bring considerable experience in the human services/education fields. Together they will be The Winnett House representatives in Western Canada.

Judy has a combined 18 years social work experience in children’s services in both Nova Scotia and Alberta, and in the mental health field in both provinces, including several years as Education coordinator with the Canadian Mental Health Association, supervising university & college practicum students. She also brings years of experience as a school volunteer, member of Parent Council and Coordinator of Academic Recognition and Athletic Programs at the high school level.

Doug is a registered Social Worker in the province of Alberta, with over 25 years with the Alberta Children’s Hospital, also having been employed in the mental health profession, and as a sessional instructor in the Social Work program at Mt. Royal College, Calgary. At the Children’s Hospital, Doug supervises students from social work, psychology, psychiatry and nursing disciplines. In his private counseling service he works with educators at middle, high school and college levels. Doug has recently returned from participating in the EcoLife Vets-in-the-Wild program at Pretoria University, South Africa.

Doug McKeague, Associate, Western Canada, experiences an ‘EcoLife Expedition’ with Veterinary Medicine and Vet Technology students in South Africa.


Sue Ann Gunton

is available in Australia. Based in Tasmania, and heading her own company CREST (Consultancy for Relocation and Education Services Tasmania), Sue has a background of dealing with International students and programs through her association with the Tasmanian Department of Economic Development as an International Student Advisor, TAFE Tasmania Admissions Officer, as Project Officer for Sport and Recreation, and recently Human Resources Officer for Hydro Tasmania. Experience as a Home-stay Parent, and a Federal Clearance Certificate, enables Sue to make contact with schools, students and parents on both a professional and social level. This she has done over recent years with students from all parts of the globe. Registered with the Department of Immigration and Multicultural and Indigenous Affairs and with training in Immigration Law (Deakin University), Sue has a clear knowledge of Migration matters. Sue has actively attended a number of International Education Conferences and workshops, including ESOS and DIMIA briefings.