Ruth studied at the Jewish high school in Budapest. In 1940 she joined the movement. She gave assistance to refugees, members of her movement, who arrived in Budapest from Slovakia, Poland and the Carpatho-Ruthenia region. Ruth obtained authentic documents from the Population Registry offices and distributed them. She left Hungary on the train of the Relief and Rescue Committee.
Ruth made aliya and joined the garin in Kvutzat Kinneret. In 1946 she and her comrades moved to Ein Zeitim. She resides in Nahariya.