Let me see if I can help out ... I worked for a number of years as a translator on gov't projects that required us to prepare court-ready transcripts. For the purposed of your paper, you might insert this quote in the form of a transcript or dialogue (keep in mind that I can't do tabs to make a nice justified quote):
Interviewer: What would you say are the rewards of being a midwife?
Ellen: Meeting and interacting with some of the most wonderful people in the world... Assisting a new life into the world... Getting to hold these beautiful babies, welcoming them... Seeing the awe on a mother's face when that baby is first plopped up onto their belly and they’re looking, they’re like 'oh my god I did have a baby.' Tears are coursing down their face and they’re so happy and the baby is letting everybody else know how happy they are to be out of the squeeze. Seeing a family created; I can still see this one young woman, birth itself was great, baby is up on her and she just bursts out in tears, it was like why what’s wrong what’s wrong and she is like 'nothing, I just realized we’re a fa...fa...family.' [making sobbing noises] And of course we all burst out in tears and laughter. But it is really that transition from being a couple to a family, but the reward is theirs; new life, new families, new friends and friendships that I hope will last a long time, because most people stay in touch I get pictures, I get phone calls... and hopefully I get invited back for their next baby.
Avoid putting your own info into a quote. If you have to, like to indicate that she made sobbing noises, do so with [ ] instead of ( ) (she received a call from a father from twenty years ago while doing interview)