Currently, no women have landed on the Moon. The Apollo program was the only manned mission to land on the Moon, and it was active from 1969 to 1972. Only twelve astronauts, all men, walked on the lunar surface during these missions.
The first woman astronaut in space was Valentina Tereshkova, who flew on the Vostok 6 mission in 1963. The first woman of color astronaut was Mae Jemison, who flew on the Space Shuttle Endeavour in 1992.
In the Artemis mission, NASA plans to land a woman astronaut on the Moon by 2024. In addition, NASA will be recruiting new astronaut candidates to join the Artemis program, which aims to establish sustainable lunar exploration by the end of the decade, including the first woman astronaut on the Moon.
It is worth noting that the Artemis mission is a new program, and NASA has yet to announce who will be selected to participate in it. Women astronaut candidates will have to undergo the same rigorous selection process as male candidates and meet the same qualifications and requirements.