Ruth is Ivorian and she obtained her Bachelor of Laws at the International University of Social Sciences Hampaté Ba, Abidjan (Ivory Coast).
She is a member of the Ivorian Law Students Association and she was responsible for the foreign affairs section for the International University of Social Sciences Hampaté Ba. She was also responsible for the foreign affairs relating to the Gender and Development Club, in charge of the organisation of seminars and trainings on gender regulation.
In 2014 she participated in the ELSA moot court competition on WTO Law (Johannesburg, South Africa). She was semi-finalist at the moot court on Business Law from the Organisation for Harmonization of Business Law in Africa. By means of these experiences she developed her interest in International Trade Law. She was awarded with a scholarship to pursue the IELPO LL.M. Programme.
She is a French native speaker and fluent in English, with experience in public speaking.