|Member of the Welsh Assembly
for South Wales Central
|Political party||Welsh Liberal Democrats|
Before becoming an A.M., she worked as a community engagement manager for Cardiff University, leading a team that organises educational outreach and community events for the public. She has lived in the South Wales Central region since 1993; ten years in Cardiff Central and Cardiff West constituencies, and then eight years in the Vale of Glamorgan.
Parrott contested the Vale of Glamorgan seat at the 2010 general election. This is a seat with little history of Welsh Liberal Democrat success. She polled 15.2 per cent of the vote, the highest Welsh Liberal Democrat vote share in the seat for decades. 
She became the first Welsh Liberal Democrat to be elected to the South Wales Central Assembly seat in 2011 after the first candidate, John Dixon, failed to be reinstated following his suspension. He had been suspended on the grounds of being a member of the Care Council for Wales. In July 2011 she was given the Enterprise, Transport, Europe and Business portfolios by the Welsh leader Kirsty Williams. As a result in the Welsh Assembly she now sits on the Enterprise and Business Committee and Constitutional and Legislative Affairs Committee.
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- "No return to Welsh assembly for Lib Dems' John Dixon". BBC News. 5 July 2011.
- "Welsh Liberal Democrat Shadow Ministers announced". Freedom Central. 11 July 2011.