The competition, held at Arena MK, saw Ruby beat off the challenge of 11 other dancers as well as raise a staggering £10,000 for MK Dons Sport & Education Trust.
She is pictured with professional dance partner Ben Milan-Vega, with whom she underwent months of training to compete in the charity event, based on the BBC’s Strictly Come Dancing format.
Ruby and ben performed a waltz and samba and for her third fun freestyle dance, enlisted the help of four of her team at PwC in Milton Keynes – Cat Jones, Laura Reimer, Carolyn Norfolk and Heather Aspinall – to perform a stage-rocking Bollywood routine.
“The competition took me out of my comfort zone and was a challenge I was drawn to – not least as I have restricted movement in my neck and impaired balance, resulting from an accident five years ago,” Ruby said.
“I am a big supporter of the Sports Education Trust. T do amazing work delivering life-changing programmes in Milton Keynes and the surrounding area.”