ISG Jubail Leadership


Brent Wingers

Principal, ISG Jubail

Brent Wingers graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 2007 with majors in history and secondary education. He began his international teaching career in Honduras while also completing his master’s degree in educational leadership through Framingham State University in Massachusetts.

In addition to Central America, Brent has taught and lived in Myanmar and Indonesia. With experience teaching middle and high school social studies, and after serving in a variety of coaching and leadership roles, he joined ISG in 2016 as a social studies educator. With over a decade of experience in the international school community, Brent is eager to serve ISG Jubail in an administrative capacity. He is accompanied by his wife Caitlin, who teaches elementary school, and their two young sons.


Rebecca Cays

Assistant Principal, ISG Jubail

Rebecca Cays joins the leadership team after spending the last three years teaching middle and high school English at ISG Jubail.  Prior to serving this community, she also taught English and Social Studies in Cairo, Egypt and Jakarta, Indonesia.  Before teaching abroad, Rebecca spent the first ten years of her career as both a teacher and administrator in the Lake Washington School District in Washington State.

As a graduate of the University of Washington, Rebecca first obtained her Bachelor of Arts degree in Communications.  Shortly thereafter, she pursued a Master's Degree in Teaching with specialized training in English and Language Arts.  She also earned her K-12 Principal Certification in Educational Leadership from City University of Seattle in 2008.

In addition to her commitment to continuing education, Rebecca values building relationships, supporting rigorous teaching and learning, and developing authentic opportunities for compassionate action.  She is joined by her husband Chris, a middle school science teacher, and her two children.