Angela was born into a wealthy family and completed her higher education at the Teacher Training College of León, where she taught between 1915-1916.
Between 1915 and 1916, she taught her first shorthand, typing, and business accounting classes in León. For 1917, Angela Ruiz was a teacher and director at the Gilberto Gordón School.
Between 1938 and 1946, she wrote, lectured, edited and republished sixteen books. She published three of them: “Compendium of Castilian Orthography”, “Castilian Orthography” (abbreviated) and “Modern Abbreviated Martinian Shorthand”.
Ángela Ruiz Robles, also known as one of the inventors and designers of an electronic book earlier than the e-book that is used today, filed a patent for the first prototype on December 7th 1949.