|Member of the Western Australian Legislative Council for East Metropolitan Region|
22 May 2009 – 21 May 2013
8 June 1969 |
Mundaring, Western Australia
|Political party||Greens WA|
Xamon was born in Mundaring, Western Australia
Xamon studied law and arts at Murdoch University, where she served as Education Vice President and then Guild President for the Murdoch University Student Guild.
After university, Xamon worked in the union movement for various white- and blue-collar unions, including the State School Teachers’ Union of Western Australia. In her time in the union movement Alison worked as an Organizer, Industrial Officer, Women’s Officer and Equal Opportunity specialist.
She then went on to work as a lawyer, with an interest in both public interest law and the right for people to access justice. She also sat on numerous boards within the community law sector.
At the March 2013 Western Australian election she was not re-elected 
- "About Alison Xamon".
- Western Australian Electoral Commission (2009). "Elected MLCs". Archived from the original on 29 March 2009. Retrieved 6 April 2009.