© Sen. Allison DeGazon 33rd Legislature 2019.

1108 King Street, HAmilton House

Christiansted Virgin Islands 00820  

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Allison L. Degazon represents the U.S. Virgin Islands as a senator in the 33rd Legislature. She serves as the Chairwoman of the Committee on Economic Development and Agriculture. She is also the Liaison to U.S Congress.

DeGazon’s professional expertise is in the areas of organizational change, process improvement and economic development. As a proud farmer and diligent businessperson, she hopes to transform agriculture into an economic cornerstone and improve government efficiency in the Virgin Islands



  • Generates money to fill vacancies and open new positions

  • Gives local agencies money to increase efficiency


  • Re-write policies, processes and regulations that are Anti-business

  • Incentivize banks who lend and provide capital to small businesses


  • Work with Agriculture and Education to correct the Farm to School program

  • Increase the Department of Agriculture's Annual Budget

Mental Health

  • Support system for families of mental health patients

  • Increase prevention, treatment, and recovery services

Senator DeGazon praises Dept. of Agriculture and Health

Sen. Allison DeGazon on Wednesday commended the Department of Agriculture and the Department of Health for their partnership using Women Infants and Children program vouchers at the Farmer’s Market.

DeGazon calls for partnership between UVI and VIPA 

As the Virgin Islands embarks on completing dredging projects for the territory, Sen. Allison DeGazon is asking VIPA to work with the University of the Virgin Islands to ensure the protection of the territory’s natural resources.

Horse Bill Approved

July 14, 2019

Lawmakers pushed a measure forward on Friday, which would amend the Virgin Islands definition of livestock to include horses despite the testimony of farming officials opposing the measure.

DeGazon speaks to Taxi Drivers

July 23, 2019

Senators  met with taxi drivers at the Henry E. Rohlsen Airport to discuss an upcoming bill sponsored by Mr. Vialet that seeks to mandate credit card as a form of payment for taxi drivers.

WAPA Restructuring

July 30, 2019

After the latest territory-wide power outages this Sunday, Senator Allison DeGazon  is calling for a corporate restructuring of the Water and Power Authority


Bill No. 33-0077

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