Robert Cook


Bachelor of Commerce (Major in Accounting)

Bachelor of Arts (Major in Politics)

Class of 2009

Inducted into the Frankston High School “Back to School” Hall of Fame 2019

After leaving Frankston High School, Robert completed a Bachelor of Commerce (major in accounting) and Bachelor of Arts (major in politics) at Monash University. He also has a Diploma of Finance and Mortgage Broking Management. Robert currently works at Bayland Finance, a finance broking company on the Mornington Peninsula. He works with customers and lenders to arrange finance solutions. Robert has also been heavily involved with philanthropy, mostly with the volunteer organisation Rotary. He has managed numerous large fundraising events which have raised tens of thousands of dollars for various charities. Robert has held a number of important roles such as treasurer of Rotaract Australia (the national arm of Rotary’s youth clubs) and board member of the Rotary district, the youngest person to hold that position.  Robert still lives in the Frankston area.