Geoff Shaw was elected as the State Member for Frankston in November 2010.
Geoff has lived in Frankston since the age of seven. He attended St Johns Primary School in Frankston East then graduated from John Paul College, in Frankston in 1985. In 1988, Geoff successfully attained a Bachelor of Business Accounting at Chisholm Institute of Technology (now Monash University), and practiced as a Certified Accountant for a number of years prior to establishing his own successful accounting business in 1992.
Geoff’s life experiences of starting and operating businesses and being actively engaged in the community through sporting clubs, schools, his local church and community organisations, have kept him actively involved in the Frankston community and accessible to local residents.
He is proud of his home-town, Frankston and is passionate about representing the Frankston community locally. and in the Parliament.
Despite his often hectic Parliamentary and community commitments, Geoff continues to play the bagpipes at local community events and footy with the Frankston Tigersharks.