Burega was chosen as the recipient of the Berklee Film Scoring Department Robert Share Award in Spring 2020.
Burega has composed original music for three climate change PSAs for Boston University's Hothouse Productions and Litton Entertainment, which are a call to action for climate change. As part of Documentary Practicum, Burega wrote for a documentary short film on the results of the Rwandan genocide, directed by Beth Murphy. Burega also wrote the original music for Beijing Film Academy graduate, Liao Kang's experimental short film: Hypersomnia. In this film, the music and sound design told the inner feelings of the characters. Burega was the composer for Emerson student, Nikki McGovern's "Grow Up" online series.
Burega was chosen as the merit scholarship recipient of the Professional Performance Division Woodwind Scholarship in Spring 2019.
Starting in Spring 2020, Burega became the marketing director of Berklee Film Music Socials. With this role she has helped facilitate mixers between Berklee and filmmaking programs.
Starting in Spring 2019, Burega became the Coordinator of the Berklee Women's Film Initiative. She has led interviews with Catherine Joy, Stephanie Economou, Tina Guo, and Laura Karpman.
Starting in Fall 2018, Burega was appointed communications manager to the Berklee Film Scoring Network. With this position, she led interviews with Brad Hatfield, Oliver Patrice Weder, Sonya Belousova, Ashley Kahn, Carter Burwell, Olafur Arnalds, Mason Daring, Starr Parodi.
Burega was chosen as the merit scholarship recipient for excellence in woodwind performance, and received the Paul Wagner departmental award in Spring 2017.
Burega was chosen as the merit scholarship recipient for excellence in woodwind performance, and received the Joseph E. Viola departmental award in Spring 2016.
Burega receiving the Berklee Film Scoring Department Robert Share Award in Spring 2020 from Sean McMahon and Claudio Ragazzi.